A Beautiful Art Gallery, Shop & Tea Room in Farsley, Leeds
Sunny Bank Mills Gallery is an art, design and culture space housed in a light and tranquil 3000 sq ft old cloth warehouse.
It houses a shop selling unique and affordable work by local designer makers and a small tea room allowing you to sit and enjoy the art and tranquility of the space with fresh coffee and home-made cake.
The Gallery is the creative hub of the Mill and the local community, playing host to a rolling exhibition programme of art by local artists, supporting the performing-arts and concerts within the mill spaces and providing a venue to hire for small events.
Current Exhibition: Cut and Paste 18th May – 14th July. The exhibition features work by Christine Meyer-Eaglestone, Des Pattison, Ellie Geary, Frances Lee, Gareth Griffiths, George Hainsworth, Lucy Hainsworth, Jennifer Collier, Jonathan Lloyd, Mel Davies, Mandy Cleveland, Paul Jackson and Rachel Cooke.
Upcoming Exhibition 20th July – 15th September: Construct, The 62 Group of Textile Artists
We have a growing programme of courses and workshops for all abilities including life drawing, photography, felt making and ceramics
The Gallery manages the new Spinning Mill Studios; home to a number of local artists and makers, our artist in residence and a drop in workshop-space.
The unique Sunny Bank Mills Archive is not only home to the heritage of the mill and it’s people but also a resource and inspiration to artists and makers.
Our ambition is to offer accessible art and design for everyone. We support and encourage local artists, makers and performers and are proud of our heritage and warm welcome.
For arts enquiries please email firstname.lastname@example.org / T0113 4267368. Or if you are an artist interested in exhibiting, please follow the link to look at the guidelines. General Submission Guidelines Download
For events please email email@example.com
Access & Parking
Level access to the rear of the gallery & accessible parking/toilet on site.
There is visitor’s parking in marked bays. If these are full there is a large unrestricted car park behind the 1912 Mill.