Museums At Night : Lister's Lanterns

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Visit the civic art gallery out of hours, a chance to visit the displays, permanent galleries and peruse the gallery shop in the evening. If you struggle to visit due to work commitments, this is your moment!

You might have been to every one of their parades, or never experienced one before, but one thing is certain, you can expect an evening of spectacle, community, magic and beauty.

Get moving to music around the park by Peace Artists, Jamba Samba, Dales Jam and Banda Na Rua.

Leading up to the Lantern Parade, Cecil Green Arts run lantern-making workshops in community centres, children centres and schools throughout Bradford. Plus in Cartwright Hall Art Gallery too!

Lantern workshops will be running in the gallery throughout the day. Come in and make yours, ready for the evening parade!

Lantern making workshop 11am – 3pm

The parade sets off from the front steps at dusk. Tea, coffee and cake will be available to buy from the ‘Refreshment Room’ gallery cafe, plus food vans in the park.

Children must be accompanied by an adult.

Lister’s Lanterns is a community lantern parade which take place at Lister Park in Bradford. It has been running annually for many years and gains in popularity every time.

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Museums At Night: Lister's Lanterns

Type:Exhibition

Cartwright Hall Art Gallery, Lister Park, Bradford, West Yorkshire, BD9 4NS
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Cartwright Hall Exterior © Phil JacksonCartwright Hall Art Gallery, BradfordBuilt in 1904 in Baroque style as an art gallery. Permanent collection of 19th and 20th century British art. Temporary exhibitions.

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