Grizedale Arts

The Village Table In Luton

February 19th 2016

As part of Dominic from Luton’s Sunridge Avenue Projects.

Grizedale Arts presents The Village Table a new community catering company bringing together art works with amateur and hobbyist food production and cooking. Unusal and seasonal things like Butterburr and Pinkfoot Goose, Hairy bitter cress and Teal alongside swedes and leaks. The dinner will also feature films and functional art works from Mark Essen, Francesca Ulivi, Laure Provoust, Peter Hodgson, the New Mechanics Youth Club.

A Fair Land

Grizedale and Irish museum of Modern Art will be running thier residency programmes jointly through 2016

Projects start in April with a garden project and a series of seminars and 'making' weeks being programmed – updates on Facebook

The programme will result in the building of a model village complete with industry, education, housing and a growing field. Many arists that Grizedale works with will join forces with volunteers, community groups and several Irish based artists - including Public Works, Somewhere, Michelle Darmody, Ryan Gander, Jonathan Meese, Gareth Kennedy, Deadre Mahoney, Renzo Martens, Suzanne Lacy and many more.

Opportunities for volunteers and interns from March onwards.

The Shop At Howgill

The Shop at Howgill is now open, every Wednesday and Friday, from 10 - 2pm.

The Shop at Howgill is a children’s charity clothes shop based in Cleator Moor, made by the Howgill Family Centre, Grizedale Arts, The Coniston Institute and An Endless Supply. It provides a new space to purchase recycled and repurposed children’s clothes, alongside a workshop facility for the development new products. Read more about the project here

Buy Our Book Online

Kevin Reid performs (2003)Grizedale Arts - Adding Complexity to Confusion is a lavishly illustrated romp through the last decade of our projects and it's now available to BUY ONLINE HERE.


Grizedale Arts is made possible by the ongoing support of Arts Council England and South Lakeland District Council

Grizedale Arts is a partner of Tate, and exchanges programmes, ideas and skills with Tate and the Plus Tate family of visual arts organisations

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