Reopening in 2019, the Gallery and its programmes will be transformed through doubled exhibition spaces for historical as well as contemporary art, a multi-purpose auditorium for film, music, dance and other activities overlooking the city’s green spaces, a dedicated learning and community space, excellent access facilities and a welcoming new café bar and shop.
Working on an exciting design by 6a architects, the expansion is being delivered by main contractor, Bowmer & Kirkland with project management and contract administration by Jackson Coles. Through extensive consultation with local residents and stakeholders, the design has been refined in partnership with MK Gallery, Milton Keynes Council, and Arts Council England.
Award winning 6a architects has garnered a reputation for its sensitive and engaging buildings. The design http://www.thelaneshealthandbeauty.com/tramadol-uk/ for MK Gallery includes references to the original development of Milton Keynes in the 1960s and 70s telling the story of the city’s visionary heyday, in collaboration with artists Gareth Jones and Nils Norman.
MK Gallery Director Anthony Spira said: ‘It is a source of immense pride to be bringing what will be a world-class venue to Milton Keynes. The new building will be fully accessible so that we can provide the very best arts experiences for wide audiences and extend our work with families, community groups and those impacted by health, financial and social concerns. The arts are an incredible resource for creating cohesion between diverse individuals, nurturing wellbeing and ultimately creating stronger communities.’