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Events on 21/2/2014

Ray Bradshaw’s ‘Canny Folk’ Paintings exhibition

Ray Bradshaw’s ‘Canny Folk’ Paintings exhibition

17 January 2014 - 28 February 2014

Talented local artist Ray Bradshaw paints scenes from around Sunderland and the North East.

Lowryesque figures inhabit these often familiar locations.  

Look out for Ray's trade mark red and white stripes that can be found in most of his works.

There will be a mixture of original paintings and prints on display.

For more information visit Ray's website

(NB. The Granary can be booked for other purposes. Check times for public access)

Where To Be Wild

Washington Old Hall - The National Trust, Arts Centre Washington and WWT Washington Wetland Centre presents...

Where To Be Wild

21 February 2014 @ 10am - 4pm

Brought to you by Washington Old Hall - The National Trust, Arts Centre Washington and WWT Washington Wetland Centre

Hosted at Arts Centre Washington

Come along and you can meet representatives from the regions leading nature and conservation organisations.

There will be fun things to do and you will be able to plan your out door activities for the year.

Including a screening of:

Project Wild Thing

At 10.30am and 2.30pm

Filmmaker David Bond is a worried man. His kids' waking hours are dominated by marketing, and a screen time threatening to turn them into glassy-eyed zombies. Like city kids everywhere, they spend way too much time indoors - not like it was back in his day.  He decides it's time to get back to nature – literally.

'This film will change your life''

Patrick Barkham, The Guardian

There will be two screenings of Project Wild Thing (suitable for ages 6+) at 10.30 and 2pm. Tickets are free but you must book to guarantee a place.


Book now

PROJECT WILD THING - official trailer from Green Lions on Vimeo.

Youth Arts Exhibition

Youth Arts Exhibition

17 January 2014 - 23 March 2014

Part of Sunderland Young Achievers' Award 2014

A celebration of the talented young artists who live in our city.  Schools, colleges, youth groups and individuals aged 11 – 20 have all been invited to submit work.  We have been privileged to host this exhibition for a number of years and visitors are always extremely impressed with the technical ability and vibrant creativity on display.