Stuart Langley ‘Amusements’

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Hartlepool based artist Stuart Langley presents a series of installations and artworks which seek to re-imagine the traditional gallery as a magnetically immersive space of colour, light, neon and waste.

From a modern interpretation of the illusive rainbow to a pulsing sculptural homage to VHS, Stuart’s work centres on audience experience in offering fantastical combinations of material to create moments of extraordinary.

Hartlepool Art Gallery sits centrally within the cultural quarter of the town and is part of the Church Street innovation and Skills Quarter (ISQ). It is a stunning and beautifully restored Grade II Victorian church, formerly known as Christ Church which was built in 1858. The gallery opened 1996 and is within a minutes’ walk from Hartlepool Railway Station and close to Hartlepool Town Centre, the Middleton Grange Shopping Centre, National Museum of the Royal Navy Hartlepool, and Town Hall Theatre. Church Street and Church Square are the centre of the towns revitalisation with it moving towards a cafe culture and thriving daytime economy based around the new campus for Cleveland College of Art and Design The Northern School of Art since 1879.

Venue: Hartlepool Art Gallery

Stuart Langley ‘Amusements’

Accessibility Information

A manual wheelchair is available on request from the main reception. There is no charge/deposit for this service.
The Art Gallery has an induction loop.