• A Dirty City • Nancy Haslam-Chance • Joan Day Painting Bursary

  • Fri, 01-09-2017 at 18:00
  • South Square Centre
    South Square
    BD13 3LD City of Bradford
A Dirty City • Nancy Haslam-Chance • Joan Day Painting Bursary - South Square Centre - Bradford

Nancy Haslam-ChanceRecipient of the 2017 Joan Day painting bursary. Exhibition Opens: Friday 1st September 6-9pmContinues until 30th September.___________________________________________________________________South Square Centre is pleased to select Bradford-born artist Nancy Haslam-Chance for this year's Joan Day Painting bursary. Nancy is interested in Bradford’s post-industrial landscape and the city has very much influenced the direction of her work, with some of her pieces featuring places such as Undercliffe Cemetery and Lister Mills. She explores forgotten industries; of workers feet, of mills and pits, as well as the friendships and anxieties of the time.The award is a tribute to Joan Day, a highly skilled painter who lived and worked in the West Yorkshire region for much of her life. It is an opportunity for the selected artist to make a new body of work using paint and present this as part of a debut solo exhibition in South Square’s main gallery.________________________________________________________________Nancy studied Illustration at Glasgow School of Art and is currently undertaking The Drawing Year course at the Royal Drawing School. The artist was selected from an open call of high quality submissions, the selection panel included Judith Tucker (Painter and Senior Lecturer at University of Leeds), Rosie Freeman (Director of The Brick Box and South Square Board Member) as well as South Square staff members Alice Withers and Yvonne Carmichael. ___________________________________________________________________Also opening on 01 September 2017:UNIT 9I Do Like To Be Beside The Seaside - Pat BelsonExhibition Opens: 01 September 7 - 9pmExhibition continues: 02 September - 01 OctoberAn exhibition of Oil paintings and felted pieces showing Belson's love of watching the movement of the sea and inspired by trips and holidays in coastal areas.