Due to demand I will be hosting another event, Meet the Artist, in the Concert Hall Foyer, at the University of Leeds, where my first Solo Exhibition, Hannah Ostapjuk PORTRAITS, is currently looking fabulous (even though I do say so myself).
MEET THE ARTIST
Saturday 29th November 2014
Admission is FREE but this is a closed event and all guests must have their names on the ‘Guest List’. If you are interested in attending – I would love to see you there – Please Contact Me. Please also give full name(s) of any one who will be coming with you (children are welcome). See full venue address and parking details below.
Full Venue Address: Clothworkers Concert Hall School of Music 12 Cavendish Road University of Leeds Leeds LS2 9JT
Parking: FREE on campus parking. On street parking rules (off university campus) may differ.
If you would like to see paintings such as: An Evening Online, Girl with Plaited Hair, and Portrait of Professor Michael Arthur, then pop these dates (below) in your diary as those paintings will only on view to the public during this exhibition.
If you can’t attend Meet the Artist the exhibition is open for you to visit:
18th October – 12th December 2014
Admission is FREE
Also Open on Some Weekends and Evenings:
NOVEMBER: 23rd, 3.00pm – 4.30pm and 28th, 6.00pm – 8.00pm
DECEMBER: 7th, 3.00pm — 5.00pm and 13th, 7.30pm – 9.30pm*
On a weekend/evening you will be able to park, for free, on the University Campus and during the day there are a few free spaces that are: “1 hour. No return within 2 hours” on Woodhouse Lane, just across the road from the University. If you park on Campus during the day you will be charged £5 (per day), though on that note, it isn’t a bad rate and is within walking distance (or a short bus ride) of Leeds City centre. Disabled parking is available right outside the Clothworkers Concert Hall (for Disabled permit holders only) and you would need to go through the Main Entrance Barrier (use above address).
For further parking details or maps or any other questions, please contact me – I am more than happy to help.
*The venue is only open (on a weekend or evening) when Concerts are on. For further evening dates on which you can visit the exhibition please visit: http://concerts.leeds.ac.uk/whats-on/