Our projects develop artistic talent, create opportunities for diverse audiences to engage with high quality art and promote the development of Slow Art and environmentally responsible art.
Artwork by Joanne B Kaar, from Fabric of Place

Marton Wood: A New Slow Art Initiative

We’re delighted to announce that Chrysalis Arts has recently agreed a 10-year lease with North Yorkshire County Council for Marton Wood, a 6.6 hectare woodland.

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Unfolding Origins

In partnership with North Yorkshire County Record Office, we've established three artist residencies across North Yorkshire to create work inspired by the archives.

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Shadowgraph by Steve Gumbley, Photo by Porl Medlock

Slow Art & Environmental Issues

Chrysalis Arts began to address environmental issues and to adopt a more ethical approach to the company’s working methods and artistic practice in 2006/2007. The  development of a Slow Art philosophy and an increased focus on the climate emergency is now central to the content of our creative projects and to our CPD programmes.
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