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Art Gallery and Exhibition Space

The Dye House Gallery is open to the public during term time from 10:30am – 4pm.

The Dye House Gallery is an attraction that is open to the public, free of charge and welcomes everyone.

This creative space showcases the work of our talented Bradford School of Art students, past and present, as well as some established and emerging artists. The Lister Cafe is located next door and serves hot and cold refreshments, sandwiches and snacks.

The Dye House Gallery was once a fully functioning dyeing house, used for teaching colouration and dyeing processes.

It is now a gallery space which runs art, textiles and photography exhibitions throughout the year. Students exhibit throughout the year.

Upcoming Events

Interested in our events? Take a look at what we having coming up at the Dye House Gallery.

Women and Girls in STEM Experience Day at Bradford College

Women and Girls in STEM Experience Day at Bradford College

6th March 2024, 1:00pm – 3:00pm


We are inviting all females currently studying Year 9 – Year 13 to come into our Women in STEM experience day here at the College.

Finding Us

Lister Building,

Great Horton Road,

Bradford,

BD7 1AY

Textile Student’s Success Sees Her Work Go International

Textile Student’s Success Sees Her Work Go International

Published 13th December 2023


One of our students is putting Bradford College on the map with her piece of textile art set to be exhibited in Sweden’s Rydals Museum.

Bradford School of Art dancer wins Young Achiever award 

Bradford School of Art dancer wins Young Achiever award 

Published 28th November 2023


Bradford School of Art dancer has been crowned the winner of the Achievement in Arts and Creative Industries award at the Yorkshire Young Achiever (YAYA) Awards.

Bradford College Graduation Celebrates Over 400 Degree Graduates

Bradford College Graduation Celebrates Over 400 Degree Graduates

Published 23rd November 2023


With 400 Bradford College students celebrating their achievements, the day was split across two ceremonies with students donning caps and gowns with family and friends.