The Gallery in the news

Since the launch of the gallery, we have been fortunate to receive some coverage in the local and national press. Here’s a collection of some of those articles and some others that we hope you will find interesting, together with news from the gallery.



Gallery by moonlight

Here is a great photograph of the Galley by moonlight taken by local photographer John Bentley in January 2017 featuring our winter wonderland exhibition that was showing at the time.Gallery by moonlight



Focus on phones in Craven Herald

There was a good show for our exhibition – Focus on Phones in the 12 January 2017 issue of the Craven HeraldCraven Herald January 12



Winter Wonderland in the Yorkshire Post

Our  Christmas exhibition 2016 was rated the Yorkshire Post’s top pick for  best art in the region. We’re delighted, though should point out that the 12 days of Christmas was a previous exhibition rather than part of our current Winter Wonderland, though we are keeping our fingers crossed that it might return some day.

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Who will survive this featured in Craven Herald

The September 29, 2016 issue of the Craven Herald featured an article on the ‘Who will survive this?’ exhibition. Craven Herald what’s on feature



Painting the gallery red

Six years after we opened the gallery has now undergone its first major refurbishment.

One pot of the officially recognised telephone box red paint, plus a small group of volunteers and a couple of new tiles for the mosaic on the floor and the job was done, without even having to close the gallery for the morning.
 
gallery1 003 (2000x1500) The re-paint in progress
 
We’re now ready for another Yorkshire winter and delighted to be hosting the Star Party short story entries. Well worth a visit, of course.

The story of the gallery re-paint featured in the Craven Herald on 22nd October gallery gets lick of paint



Digital Art At The Gallery On The Green

The Yorkshire Times features news of the first exhibition of work by the Settle-based digital artist Debra Kelday. Her work using photo-capture and digital techniques is based on the landscape, the human condition and the natural world.



Gallery on the Green on YouTube

Check out a great video showing school students from Settle and their exhibition ‘In the Eye of the Beholder’ here.



Brian May to return to the Gallery on the Green

The Daily Mail featured a story about the Gallery on the Green, with the news that Brian May returns with a second exhibition entitled ‘Diableries – French Devil Tissue Stereos‘ from material discovered and researched by the London Stereoscopic Company.



National Geographic

National Geographic magazine ran a feature on re-use of K6 phone boxes in their August 2012 issue and featured the Gallery on the Green.

 



Hong Kong

Hong Kong’s ‘Weekend’ magazine featured us in their April issue, with a full page article on us. We had some of the text translated:

“Travelling in England is Varied!

The red telephone booth is one of the symbols of England. Not only do Hong Kong travellers want to take a photo of it, but also English people love it too. In a small town called Settle in the county of North Yorkshire county, the inhabitants there transformed a telephone booth to the smallest gallery in the world called. They even invited Brian May of Queen in their opening ceremony.”