Chrysalis Arts provides a range of creative development opportunities and support services to visual artists and creative practitioners across northern areas, as well as developing audiences for high-quality contemporary visual arts. We believe that artists can transform places and invigourate communities both through the work they make and through their contribution to the wider social and economic infrastructure.
Our work consistently addresses the need for excellent art and high quality support for talent development within a challenging rural geographical area. We create opportunities for the presentation, commissioning and showcasing of contemporary work through a range of innovative approaches and are continually evolving new ways for artists to access professional support and develop successful careers at regional, national and international level.
Environmental Sustainability forms a key part of our ethos and we are committed to supporting the wider development of sustainable arts practice. Chrysalis Arts is a designated Lead Organisation in Environmental Sustainability as well as a National Portfolio Organisation (NPO) of Arts Council England.
Rick Faulkner: [email protected] / 01756 748529
Christine Keogh: [email protected] / 01756 748529
Sara Trentham-Black: [email protected] / 01756 748529
Emily Wilson: [email protected] / 01756 748529
France-Leigh Hadrysiak: [email protected] / 01756 748529