REMADE (REclamation and MAnagement of DErelict land) is Lancashire County Council's programme tackling the region's derelict land problem.
Valley of Stone - (Rossendale Quarries; Tramways Heritage Project)
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We recognise the instrumental role shops and small businesses play in bringing local people together within the social hub of their neighbourhood. We want to help sustain and celebrate the role of the local shopkeeper.
An ambitious programme of site-responsive artist commissions at stunning historic sites across Pennine Lancashire.
Burnley's Weavers' Triangle was at the heart of the town's textile industry in the nineteenth century. It is now an area which is being re-developed as a destination. Mid Pennine Arts moved into the area in November 2010.
We engage with people of all ages, but especially young people. We work with creative practitioners across all artforms. We plan, deliver and evaluate projects in a variety of contexts such as formal education (early years settings, primary schools, high schools and colleges) and public spaces (parks, museums and heritage sites). Click here to explore the range of our work.
Exciting short term public art installations commissioned by MPA.
Key projects and exhibitions linked to our gallery programme.
Examples of our work in community engagement and permanent public art.
A selection of temporary art installations commissioned and managed by MPA on behalf of partners.
Mid Pennine Arts in partnership with Whitworth Town Council are developing a long term strategic project in the Spodden Valley.
Examples of our commissioned work in creative learning and the professional advisory services we can offer.
MPA is working with partners on future plans to celebrate and promote this wilderness area.
Land (2003-2007) was a unique education and creative arts project at the heart of the East Lancashire Regional Park initiative managed by Mid Pennine Arts