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Accessible art and sculpture gallery

Accessible art and sculpture gallery

A new home for contemporary visual art is planned for the University of Leicester’s inclusive multi-use arts centre.

The £1.5m new gallery wing will be an extension of The Richard Attenborough Centre and will increase the size of the arts buildings on the site by 50 per cent, creating a series of interlinked spaces which will be open to the public.

GSSArchitecture have been appointed to develop the design through to the delivery of the project, which is due to officially open in early 2015.

Arts Council England has agreed to provide £600,000 towards the capital costs of the project, subject to the balance being raised by November 2013. An urgent fundraising appeal is underway to raise the remaining £900,000.

The Richard Attenborough Centre is one of only two purpose-built accessible arts centres in the East Midlands for the promotion of arts and disability. The new development will be fully accessible and use the latest in technology, enabling disabled and non-disabled audiences to enjoy the very best of the contemporary arts in new and exciting ways.

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