A new art space for Pendle

A new art space for Pendle

In-Situ is excited to announce the opening of its new art space in Brierfield, at Northlight, on part of the former cotton mill site. The Garage will provide a new art space for Pendle communities and opens its doors to the public for an open day celebration on Saturday 17thNovember 2018.

This exciting new development is the next big step for In-Situ, enabling it to continue its vital role within the arts and cultural sector, working alongside partners and the local community to create a profound and positive impact within Pendle.

The redeveloped, eco-friendly building features an art library, exhibition space, a community garden, events space including a pop up cinema, and artists accommodation, creating a permanent and innovative arts space.

 

 

It has been made possible with £348,000 of Arts Council England investment as part of their capital funding programme and a generous lease from PEARL. PEARL is the pioneering joint venture company of Pendle Council and Nelson based contractors and developers Barnfield Construction, which owns Northlight.

“We are thrilled to be part of breathing new life into the Northlight development. It has been an amazing journey from temporarily using empty spaces to having a permanent home in Brierfield. The Garage will not only be a home for the In-Situ team, but a space offering creative possibilities for anyone” – Paul Hartley Organisation and Community at In-Situ

“It’s fantastic to see our ambitious plans fora new living, working, learning, leisure and cultural destination for the North West coming to fruition! The historic mill offices are the new HQ for Lancashire Adult Learning. And Burnley Football Club in the Community is creating superb leisure facilities next door to The Garage, in the mill’s high warehouse.” – Councillor Paul White, Leader of Pendle Council and a PEARL board member

 

“In-Situ has seen the potential for our iconic mill from the beginning. We’ve been delighted to support the team in creating a permanent home here.” – Tim Webber, Managing Director of Barnfield and a PEARL board member

 

In Situ gratefully acknowledges the support of Arts Council England, PEARL (Pendle Council and Barnfield Construction) and  Liberata Architects working for PEARL in the development of The Garage.

 

Images: Phil West

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