A unique exhibition celebrating the structure and cultural diversity of Milton Keynes has opened at MK
Gallery Project Space. Geometries MK comprises a collection of artwork inspired by the cartography, landscape and history of the city. The exhibits, produced by a range of different groups, nclude textiles, pottery, painting and mosaics.
The exhibition has been created and organised by MK Council’s Community Learning MK, in collaboration with MK Gallery’s Learning Team and local charity Macintyre.
Jane Sharp, arts curriculum development organiser at Community Learning MK, said: “This is a really
exciting exhibition for Milton Keynes. It shows how local people see our city through art. It’s been great
to see people getting so involved and communities coming together to celebrate Milton Keynes and their
creativity. We are delighted to be working with the gallery and Macintyre to showcase their fantastic work.”
Art was created by students, tutors and staff at Community Learning MK, with additional contributions from
pupils at Slated Row School, Macintyre Service Users, Arts Central members and parents and children
from Little Owls and Robins Children’s Centres.
The Project Space exhibition will be open on Saturdays and Sundays from 12pm–5pm with additional
access from 1pm-3pm on October 8 and 4pm–6pm on October 22. Group viewings can also be
arranged by calling 01908 556745.
For further information about learning opportunities with Community Learning MK call 01908 556700 or