Exchange Exhibition presented by Navigator North at The Masham

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The Masham, 27 Linthorpe Road, Middlesbrough, Tees Valley, TS1 1RL

Join us for the opening events as part of ‘Exchange’ – an exhibition as part of the Middlesbrough Heritage Action Zone cultural programme ‘Celebrating Hidden Middlesbrough’.

Join us for the opening events as part of ‘Exchange’ – an exhibition as part of the Middlesbrough Heritage Action Zone Cultural Programme ‘Celebrating Hidden Middlesbrough’.

We’ll be shining a spotlight on some of the buildings, people and activities in Exchange Square. The exhibition will feature archival material, images and artefacts revealing the past, present and future of this area of the town, now a designated Historic Quarter.

Exhibits will focus on the former Royal Exchange building, which once stood in the heart of the town’s Victorian commercial and financial district as well as Commerce House and the soon to be a 140-year-old statue of Henry Bolckow.

There will be an opportunity to find out about the work of our artist in residence and the current research exploring the hidden heritage stories connected to this important part of the High Street.

Celebrating Hidden Middlesbrough is a programme of artist residencies, commissions and opportunities for communities to engage with creative and cultural activity on the High Street led by Navigator North for Middlesbrough Cultural Partnership.
It draws inspiration from Middlesbrough’s High Street Heritage Action Zone (HSHAZ) to explore the wider heritage stories of the town and people. #HSHAZ #HistoricHighStreets #HiddenMbro

Event Times:

Saturday 11 September: 10:00-16:00

Booking Details:

No booking required

COVID-19 Considerations:

This event will run in line with local & national government guidelines at the time of the festival.

Additional Information:

Celebrating hidden Middlesbrough

Organised by:

Celebrating Hidden Middlesbrough led by Navigator North, part of Middlesbrough HSHAZ Cultural Programme

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