National Festival of Making – Horace Lindezey Exhibition

6th July at 11:00 am


Date: 6th July 2024
Time: 11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Venue: Blackburn Cathedral Crypt

Horace Lindezey, a studio ceramicist and textile artist with visual arts charity Venture Arts who support learning disabled artists, will design and develop new work with Blackburn’s The Making Rooms.

Horace Lindezey has been a practising artist for over 30 years. He is a skilled illustrator, textile artist, sculptor and ceramicist.

Much of Horace’s work depicts the world around him, his family and memories of his childhood growing up in Hulme and Moss Side, Manchester.

In October 2022, Horace exhibited work in YESS LAD, a group exhibition of eight Venture Arts artists showing together for the first time in London at TJ Boulting, during Frieze. ⁠

Horace is an established studio artist with Venture Arts, a visual artist organisation based in Manchester working with learning disabled artists to deliver placements and exhibitions with artists represented in collections worldwide. ⁠

After exhibiting in YESS LAD at the National Festival of Making in 2023, we are excited to collaborate with Horace again for his first solo exhibition. ⁠


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