Keighley-district work to be showcased on big screen

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Abstract

ORK by two people from the Keighley district is to feature on the big screen in Bradford throughout next month and April.

Pieces produced by Haworth-based artist Judy Sale and the late Alex Keighley, a Steeton photographer, will appear as part of the Past and Present initiative.

The venture pairs past and present artists whose work is in a similar genre or style.

Silsden arts enthusiast Colin Neville, who manages the Not Just Hockney website, organises the bi-monthly big screen presentations.


He said: "The Bradford district has a strong cultural legacy in the visual arts and the link between the past and present will be an important factor in the current bid to become the City of Culture in 2025."
Original languageEnglish
TypeMedia publication
Media of outputNewspaper
PublisherKeighley News
Number of pages1
Publication statusPublished - 8 Feb 2022

Keywords

  • Photography
  • Arts
  • City of Culture
  • Bradford
  • Artist

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