An Historical Pop-Up: Blank Canvas

16th April 2018

Blank Canvas

One of York’s oldest buildings has opened its doors as a pop-up art exhibition.

60 Goodramgate, part of Lady Row, dates from 1316 and is the earliest row of houses surviving in the city. The pop-up space is organised by the arts scheme Blank Canvas, which uses empty buildings on a temporary basis as art studios and exhibition space.


Blank Canvas has been working with York Retail forum and York BID to utilise some of York’s empty buildings in the City Centre and with thanks to the owners of the building, York Conservation Trust, this weekend saw their first City centre pop up space open. The exhibition will feature contemporary artwork by Phil Dodsworth and textile art by Caroline Utterson and will run until 29 April.

Opening times this weekend:
 Saturday: 1000-1700 Sunday: 1100-1600

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