Saturday 23 March to Sunday 22 September 2024
Hybrid Futures brings together artworks by Shezad Dawood, Jessica El Mal, Parham Ghalamdar and RA Walden that explore the impact of climate change.
The exhibition features new work and co-commissions by each of the artists, ranging from film, neon and sound installation to painting and sculpture.
Hybrid Futures is a multi-part collaboration focusing on climate, sustainability, collaborative learning and co-production between Castlefield Gallery, Manchester, Grundy Art Gallery, Blackpool, Touchstones Rochdale, University of Salford Art Collection and Shezad Dawood Studio, and generously supported by Arts Council England and Art Fund with additional funding from Henry Moore Foundation.
The exhibition has been curated by University of Salford Art Collection in partnership with Salford Museum & Art Gallery.
|Exhibition Opening Event
Salford Museum & Art Gallery in partnership with the University of Salford Art Collection invites you to the opening of Hybrid Futures on Thursday 21st March, 5-7pm.
Saturday 19 April 2024 to Sunday 27 April 2025
The main exhibition celebrating the life and talent of Salford’s famous artist, marking the one year anniversary of his death. It will bring together all of Harold’s many disciplines and subject matter including painting, drawing, digital fusions, and photography. It will tell the story of the man, showing works that portray places and people that were important to him. There will be stories from his family and friends that will help illustrate the person Harold was, the legacy that he leaves behind, and the strong connection he had with the City of Salford.
This exhibition is part of the wider Harold Riley celebrations taking place at Salford Museum and Art Gallery, Ordsall Hall and online during 2024.
Do you have a Harold Riley sketch? Click here to share it in our online exhibition.
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