Future Events

Planned exhibitions for the forthcoming months are listed below. If you would like to discuss exhibiting at the Gallery on the Green, please contact the Curator.




Ray Price


26th July to 30th August 2014
‘RUGGED FACES’
An Exhibition of Travel Portraits
By York Based Photographer Ray Price

Rugged Faces – An Exhibition of Travel Portraits by Ray Price – York Photographer of the Year. The exhibition showcases powerful and thought provoking black & white portraits taken in India. They demonstrate the power of the face to arouse our curiosity for the person and our longing to know more.
To view more of Ray’s work visit www.ruggedworld.co.uk




Out of Africa and into the Dales by Tony and Carol Dilger


30th August – 11th October 2014. The wildlife of Africa brought to a phone box near you by Tony and Carol Dilger Photography.




Plan B by Paul Muldoon and Norman McBeath


11th October – 29th November 2014. An exhibition of black and white photographs and poems from a collaboration called Plan B (Enitharmon Press, 2009) between the Pulitzer prize-winning poet Paul Muldoon and Norman McBeath.




Christmas exhibition


November 29th 2014 – 17th January 2015. Our annual installation by the Settle Flagmakers.




Fauvism comes to Settle by Settle College Art Students


17th January – 1st March 2015. A second exhibition by the art group from Settle School.




Digital Art by D.J.Kelday


1st March – 11th April 2015
Using a camera, photographs and computer software to create art, D.J. Kelday’s work is known as photo-manipulation.
“In today’s world where the computer is everywhere it seemed to be the best way to move my art forward.”
A natural progression in the digital age.
“I like to capture a thought, an emotion for others to see. I enjoy using darker tones, I hope it draws you into my work and lets you feel as well as see the image.”




Paul Rogers


11th April to 13th June 2015
A return visit for Lancashire based photographer Paul Rogers. Details to follow.




Settle Stories


10th – 12th October 2015. More information to follow.