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This Class Works at 92 Burton Road, Sheffield

This Class Works at 92 Burton Road, Sheffield

Artist Pete Mckee presents his latest exhibition offering a personal perspective on the life of the working class

14 July 2018 –  29 July 2018 | Visit website | Book tickets

Located in former Spring Factory on 92 Burton Road, Sheffield, This Class Works is Pete Mckee's latest exhibiton exploring and celebrating the life of the working class. Mckee draws on his own background, and states he aims to showcase "the pride, tenacity, hope, fight, passion and resourcefulness" he witnessed growing up.

This collaborative exhibition will also feature the work of several other artists, film makers, writers and photographers who offer their own perspectives and experiences of growing up in a working class environment. There are also a wide range of additional events to fully immerse yourself in the subject, from a working men's club night to a screening of The Spirit of 45 by Ken Loach.

This Class Works runs at 92 Burton Road, Sheffield from 14 - 29 July. Early booking is advised.

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