The Street of 1000 Children

Raymond Fry (1977) and the Tyson family album
Raymond Fry (1977) and the Tyson family album

Two artists examine the importance of Salford’s redbrick terraced streets. Leslie Holmes uses the gym floor to list the lives of over 400 families from Rudman Street, one of the last surviving streets of the Docks Estate. Lawrence Cassidy’s installation of storage containers wrapped with family photos and home movies from the 1960s retraces a street in Broughton.

Over three weekends June 16/17, 23/24, 30/1 12 – 4pm

This Architecture Week 2007 project has been supported by
Salix HomesSalford City CouncilLP Living

The New Barracks Tenants’ Co -operative. Tel 0161 848 8256

Exhibition at Salford Lads Club

Our next exhibition is The Street of 1000 Children organised by Leslie Holmes.

It will take place over 3 weekends from June 16th until 1st July.

It was featured on BBC TV North West Tonight. This can be viewed at:
http://www.bbc.co.uk/northwesttonight/content/articles/2007/04/18/180407_street_feature.shtml

The exhibition is part of Architecture Week 2007:
Website at www.architectureweek.org.uk

Ghost Camp

From 18th June – 3rd July 2005 our concert hall will be transformed into a ghostly campsite by artist Leslie Holmes.

The installation is based around the mysterious events of SLC’s wartime camping trip in 1940.
The exhibition will be open to the public over 3 weekends: 18/19 June, 25/26 June and 2/3 July from 11am –4pm.

Find out about other events taking place during Architecture Week at www.architectureweek.org.uk

The Ghost Camp
The Ghost Camp