EXHIBITIONS PROGRAMME
Alice Chandler: Privet

THRESHOLD EDITIONS

#1 Coming Soon!


Threshold is an artist-led space for sculpture, located in the front garden of a traditional back-to-back house in Burley, Leeds.






  
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Threshold is a new artist-led space for exhibitions of sculpture in Leeds.

Located in the front garden of a traditional back-to-back house in Burley, exhibitions are open for all to view. You might encounter the space on your daily walk, or way to work or school. Threshold is about experiencing sculpture in everyday situations.

Set up by Leeds based artist Julia McKinlay, the space will exhibit the work of artists based in Yorkshire and further afield, providing a space to experiment with sculpture outside.

Four exhibitions will be happening at Threshold in 2021. 

Threshold will be launching in April, and the first exhibition will be announced soon!






Address
10 Argie Terrace, Leeds, LS4 2JW

Contact
thresholdsculpture@gmail.com

Mailing list
If you would like to join the mailing list to hear about events, exhibitions and have advance notice of editions, please register here.

Team:
Julia McKinlay
Artist Curator

Carys Fieldson
Marketing

Advisory Group:

Georgia Taylor Aguilar
Co-Producer at Index Festival and Artist Development Curator at The Tetley

Claye Bowler
Artist and Director of Yonder

Meghan Goodeve
Freelance Curator and Educator and Freelands Artist Programme Leader at Freelands Foundation


Opening times 
All day Monday-Sunday during exhibitions.

You can see the exhibitions from the street, but please pop into the garden if you would like a closer look! 

How to get here
*Please do not travel to see exhibitions unless government guidelines allow travel for leisure. 

Threshold is easy to get to on foot or by public transport.

Threshold is a 35-minute walk from Leeds city centre and 45 minutes on foot from Leeds Railway Station. Burley Park Railway Station is a 10-minute walk away with connections to Leeds Railway Station, Harrogate and York.

Buses 49, 50 and 50A on the Burley Road drop you off around the corner from Threshold (St Michael’s Lane stop). Buses 33, 34, 60 and 508 drop you off 5 minute-walk away on Kirkstall Road (Cardigan Fields/Asda stops).

On-street parking is usually available on Argie Terrace and adjacent streets if you need to drive to the space.

Access
Most walking routes to Threshold involve steep hills. The space is on a cobbled street with uneven paving. The pavement is approximately 118cm wide. There are two steps into the space from pavement level at a total height of 35cm. 

Exhibitions are visible from street level.

We are working on a more comprehensive access document at the moment, which will be available soon. 

Please get in touch with Julia if you would like to book an appointment at the space. Chairs can be provided upon request.

Toilet facilities are not currently available for visitors.

Covid-19
Exhibitions are being installed safely, following government guidelines. Unless otherwise invited, please do not touch the sculptures to avoid viral transmission. Please also socially distance from any other visitors in the space who do not belong to your household.