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Latest exhibition showcasing neurodivergent artists unveiled at Glossop Station

The Friends of Glossop Station have welcomed a new art display in the station’s Waiting Room Art Gallery. This latest exhibition features work from Arts and Minds, a community group of neurodivergent artists based in High Peak.

Since its inception in 2015, the Waiting Room Art Gallery has provided a valuable space for local artists to promote their work, hosting over 30 different exhibitions.

Arts and Minds is a new group focusing on the neurodivergent community in Glossop that meets each Thursday with support of the Glossop Arts Project. The exhibition is the group’s first public art display.

Neil Williams of the Friends of Glossop Station, commented: “We are proud to welcome Arts and Minds to the Station Art Gallery. The group has produced some fascinating work – the pictures are diverse in content and the level of detail is amazing. Some have taken months to create.

“We hope both regular users of the station and visitors will enjoy this new display.”

The Waiting Room Art Gallery is open weekdays from 6:30am-5:30pm, and Sundays 10am-5pm.

Anyone wishing to join the Arts and Minds group is more than welcome – sessions are held weekly on Thursdays between 1-3pm and 7-9pm at Victoria Hall, Glossop. For more details, contact Glossop Arts Project through their website, Facebook or Instagram.

You can keep up to date with future news, projects and events from the Friends of Glossop Station via their website.