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Exhibitions run from the 20th January to the 9th March in Gallery One, The Godfrey Pilkington Gallery and on the Mezzanine and are Admission Free.



WHERE THINGS ARE DIFFERENT - CANAL BANK



Artist Stephen King has created a unique piece of outdoor art to launch the Heart of Glass programme of events Where Things Are Different. Working with local communiies and talking to ex works of local industries, Stephens work shines a light on the spaces which are left once a work force removes. These spectacular light installations are illuminated from 4pm - 9pm each day and can be viewd fron the canal banking.


TRACES BY LEAH HIGGINS AND HELEN CONWAY - GALLERY ONE



2D and 3D work inspired by the landscapes and environs of St Helens



ST HELENS YOUTH OPEN - GODFREY PILKINGTON GALLERY



Work created by the younger community of St Helens. From Nursery through to Key stage 4 with special awards for Digital, The Peoples Choice and a special award to commemorate St Helens 150th Anniversary.



MEMORIES - MEZZANINE CABINETS



When we remember we evoke a memory of usually something good, sometimes sad times when we grieve, happy times like weddings or winning at sports or serious times when we have achieved things. memories are evoked by the things we hold, the sounds we hear and the scent of something that draws us back to that one point in time or to a place or person. Everything we do is influenced by the past, what clothes we wear, where we live, even the food we like - they are all influenced by our memories. Our exhibition is a look into the moments of other peoples lives from their favourite dog, school uniform, toys, a wedding invitation and commemorative memorabilia. You can even leave us a memory of something that is special to you.



THE SANKEY CANAL STORY - LEVEL ONE GALLERY



On loan from the Sankey Canal Restoration Society, large information panels and TV footage tells the story of how the canal came into being, its past, present and its future.



HOT GLASS - CAPSULE WALL



Work created by our very own glass artists are for exhibitied and for sale to take away.


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