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Creativity Is Contagious
Saturday 16th January - Tuesday 23rd February.  


The ‘Creativity Is Contagious’ exhibition began as a Facebook group set up at the beginning of the Covid-19 pandemic as an opportunity to share creative responses from a wide range of mediums - musical, literary, photography, upcycled pieces, traditional art, textiles…..anything and everything! We did not want to restrict creative expression because there is no limit to imagination and all responses are valid. Out of the darkness of lockdowns and quarantining, we believed that much light would appear.


Under our new name the Good Things Collective, to kickstart 2021, we invited local people to come together to share their creations over the last year to form the first exhibition of a fantastic programme of opportunities for the year ahead.

Virtual Exhibition:

Launched via Facebook premiere on Sat 16th Jan | 6.30pm

A film that brings together digital and physical submissions with personal audio recordings, quotes and music from 32 exhibiting artists.

Exhibiting artists: Jules Abraham, Al Alvarez, Bil Bas, Johnny Bean, Molly Bland, Brad Cheek, Graham Dean, Lin Dean, Charlotte Done, Han Fleet, Diane Hinson, Michael Hodgkins, Ginny Koppenhol, Hazel Leech, Mark Leech, Bev Liver, Vaz Lockett, Hilli McManus, George & Dean McPhee, Beki Melrose, Magenta Monocle, Jo Powell, Lidia Ranns, Carmen Scott, Becca Snow, Julia Swarbrick, Rosie Tacon-Glass, Jacob Caspian Theobald, Emer Jay Van-Gills, Jennie White, Cam Williams, Cathryn Williams.

Our window gallery at the Good Things Studio in Morecambe Arndale hosted 23 physical artworks created by local people across the Morecambe and Lancaster District. This venue was closed to the public to adhere with UK Covid-19 regulations and restrictions.

The Good Things Collective have taken every precaution to keep our community safe during the pandemic whilst still creating opportunities for creativity and connection in these times of uncertainty and isolation.

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