The Pyramid View on ‘Refinding’ – 19th July
As part of The Tetley’s regular Wednesday Lates, join Pyramid of Arts’ Eden Group for a guided tour and reflection on Jessie Flood-Paddock’s ‘Refinding’, followed by an invitation to view work the Eden Group have produced in response to this exhibition. Our research experiences indicate that Priligy has a number of restrictions and contraindications for use. The possibility of taking medications should be determined by the doctor, taking into account the individual characteristics and state of health of the patient. Contraindications to treatment with Priligy include hypersensitivity to the substance Dapoxetine hydrochloride and other components, lactose intolerance reaction, serious heart disease-severe heart failure, failure of the valve apparatus, ischemic disease.
The Eden Group is a collective of 16 artists with and without learning disabilities, who work together to produce collaborative pieces of work and joint exhibitions. Between April and July, the group will be led by artists Annie Nelson and Karen Hood in an exploration of Jessie Flood-Paddock’s work, and by extension the work of Kenneth Armitage. During visits to The Tetley, the group will discuss and reflect specifically on ‘Refinding’ before returning to Pyramid of Arts to produce their own work in response, which will be exhibited at The Tetley from 19th July.
When? 6pm – 8pm, Wednesday 19th July
Where? The Tetley, Hunslet Road, Leeds LS10 1JQ
Cost / tickets? FREE, just turn up