top of page



Yonder was an open project space for contemporary artists to explore an avenue in their practice by providing a residency space, studio space and gallery space in a rural location between Manchester and Leeds. 


The space was run by Claye Bowler, a queer, trans and disabled artist, and was created in reaction to these characteristics not being fully welcomed or given access within other gallery settings. The space was therefore a two way safe space, it created a space primarily for queer, trans and disabled artists to create and show work, but also allows Claye with a chance to interact with artists, exploring collaboration and curation in a way that is accessible to them too. 

yonder logo.png
bottom of page