Why Don’t You

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12/02/2019 11:00 - 16/02/2019 18:00

Why Don't You

AIR Gallery
Address: The Warehouse 30 Grosvenor Road Altrincham WA14 1LD

solo exhibition: 'Why Don't You' by artist Olwyn Carroll at AIR Gallery

AIR Gallery are proud to present the work of Olwyn Carroll; our Second winner of the Platform Bursary in 2018. Olwyn will be presenting three new works commissioned as part of her award exploring empathy and emotional connections through puppetry, sculpture and animation.

Saturday Opening times: 12noon -5pm

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