Cross Lane Projects

Cross Lane Projects Contemporary Art Space in Kendal, Cumbria, and new space in Vestry St, London, presenting exhibitions of contemporary art by artists local and international.

Founded by artists Rebecca Scott and Mark Woods.

Family Portraits by Rebecca Scott.These wonderful paintings are on show in Small Boats & Family Matters and are on displ...
14/06/2024

Family Portraits by Rebecca Scott.

These wonderful paintings are on show in Small Boats & Family Matters and are on display until 12 July.

Gallery Hours: Wed-Sat, 12-5pm
Free Entry



OPENING THIS WEEK AT VESTRY ST - CROSS LANE PROJECTS, LONDON Private view: Friday 14 June, 6-8pmRSVP: info@crosslaneproj...
10/06/2024

OPENING THIS WEEK AT VESTRY ST - CROSS LANE PROJECTS, LONDON

Private view: Friday 14 June, 6-8pm
RSVP: [email protected]

Small Boats & Family Matters is open Wed-Sat, 12-5pm until 12 July.By Rebecca ScottImage 1: Small Boats & Family Matters...
06/06/2024

Small Boats & Family Matters is open Wed-Sat, 12-5pm until 12 July.

By Rebecca Scott

Image 1: Small Boats & Family Matters at Cross Lane Projects.

Image 2: 'Emojis & Immigrants, triptych, 2022, oil on canvas, 120 x 150cm each. POA.

Image 3: 'Family Portraits' no 1-3, oil on canvas. NFS.

Image 4: Family Portraits at Cross Lane Projects.


Small Boats & Family Matters by Rebecca Scott is open Wed-Sat, 12-5pm.Come and visit us at Cross Lane, Kendal, LA9 5LBFr...
30/05/2024

Small Boats & Family Matters by Rebecca Scott is open Wed-Sat, 12-5pm.

Come and visit us at Cross Lane, Kendal, LA9 5LB
Free Entry.

Inspired by the epic painting The Raft of the Medusa (1819) by French Romantic artist Théodore Géricault, Scott's work shows a reaction, an empathic reflection of modern images we see, the struggles of immigrants and people in a situation different to ours.



Salon for a Speculative Future: How to be in the Future? is open at Vestry St – Cross Lane Projects  until 8 June 2024.F...
28/05/2024

Salon for a Speculative Future: How to be in the Future? is open at Vestry St – Cross Lane Projects until 8 June 2024.

Floor 1, 6-8 Vestry St, London N1 7RE

Open Thurs-Sat, 12-5pm
Free Entry

Exhibiting artists: Aideen Barry - Quilla Constance - Lisa Chang Lee - Kate Fahey - Young In Hong - Evy Jokhova - Huma Mulji - Koushna Navabi - Monika Oechsler - Rebecca Scott - Jo Stockham

How to be in the Future? remains a pertinent question for our times and for the group of international artists from diverse cultures and backgrounds exhibiting here. Postulating hope for a better future Rebecca Solnit (in an article in the Guardian, 2016): wrote “Hope is an embrace of the unknown”. Living in times of unprecedented change, uncertainty, she says, has “the power to influence the future”. Taking inspiration from the ‘future thinking’ of speculative fiction and looking at a wide range of fields from science and technology to spiritual, ecological, and socio-economic issues, the exhibition highlights multiplicities, and the complex interplay at work in global dynamics. The works, individually and collectively, draw on associations from different subjectivities and contested \histories facilitating a space for contemplation and the discussion of positive futures.

In collaboration with:












Join us on Friday 24 May, 6-8pm for the private view of 'Small Boats & Family Matters' at Cross Lane Projects, Kendal.Ex...
22/05/2024

Join us on Friday 24 May, 6-8pm for the private view of 'Small Boats & Family Matters' at Cross Lane Projects, Kendal.

Exhibition continues until 12 July.
Open Wed-Sat, 12-5pm
Free Entry

Small Boats & Family Matters is a new painting show by Lake District artist Rebecca Scott.

Inspired by the epic painting The Raft of the Medusa (1819) by French Romantic artist Théodore Géricault, Scott's work shows a reaction, an empathic reflection of modern images we see, the struggles of immigrants and people in a situation different to ours.



📣OPENING THIS WEEK📣Small Boats & Family MattersBy Rebecca Scott15 May to 12 July 2024PV: Friday 24 May, 6-8pmOpen Wed-Sa...
14/05/2024

📣OPENING THIS WEEK📣

Small Boats & Family Matters
By Rebecca Scott

15 May to 12 July 2024
PV: Friday 24 May, 6-8pm

Open Wed-Sat, 12-5pm
Free Entry

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The Raft of the Medusa (1819) by French Romantic artist Théodore Géricault famously depicts the survivors of a shipwreck, starving and adrift on a makeshift raft. Géricault astonished viewers at the time by painting, in harrowing detail, not an antique and noble subject, but instead a gruesome news event of the time.

Géricault’s radical painting, combined with online imagery of present-day migration, is the inspiration for Cumbrian artist Rebecca Scott’s latest exhibition ‘Small Boats & Family Matters’ opening at Cross Lane Projects in Kendal next month.

In a group of work titled ‘Migrant Paintings’ Scott reworks images of journeys connected to immigration and displacement, overlaying them with emojis, representing a universal language of youth and freedom in modern online culture.

Conversations on immigration rarely focus on personal stories of real people leaving their homelands to survive and succeed: mothers, fathers, brothers, and sisters. Scott examines the human experience by juxtaposing paintings from her ‘Family Portraits’ series, showing a dialogue between different lives, lived in radically different circumstances, posing questions of empathy and emotional connection with family and strangers alike.

“I tend to work in series, and retrospectively can see a biographical aspect to my oeuvre; the topics I chose to respond to, have often been meaningful in a personal sense, playing out in reaction to the situations I have found myself in”.

Scott came to prominence in the late 1980s and is best known for her issue-based figurative paintings. Through her work, Scott re-examines public images of women, taking source images from glossy magazines and overwriting or ‘defacing’ these, with aim to expose the hypocrisies of a so-called sexual freedom.




NEW EXHIBITION AT CROSS LANE PROJECTS, KENDAL
14/05/2024

NEW EXHIBITION AT CROSS LANE PROJECTS, KENDAL

OPENING THIS WEEK AT VESTRY ST - CROSS LANE PROJECTS
06/05/2024

OPENING THIS WEEK AT VESTRY ST - CROSS LANE PROJECTS

A fantastic 'in conversation' talk with Lee Holden and  on Saturday for the final day of Universal Bridge.Stay tuned for...
29/04/2024

A fantastic 'in conversation' talk with Lee Holden and on Saturday for the final day of Universal Bridge.

Stay tuned for our next exhibition, coming soon!

📣 Last week to see UNIVERSAL BRIDGE by Lee Holden 📣We are open 12-5pm, Wed-Sat Free Entry Join us for the artist talk be...
24/04/2024

📣 Last week to see UNIVERSAL BRIDGE by Lee Holden 📣

We are open 12-5pm, Wed-Sat
Free Entry

Join us for the artist talk between the Mark Tanner Sculpture Award winner Lee Holden and art critic Peter Suchin on Sat 27 April, 2-4pm.
Tickets in link in bio ⬆️

exhibition

ARTIST TALK // LONDON Join us on Thursday 2 May, 6-9pm at Vestry St - Cross Lane Projects for an artist talk on Tableaux...
18/04/2024

ARTIST TALK // LONDON

Join us on Thursday 2 May, 6-9pm at Vestry St - Cross Lane Projects for an artist talk on Tableaux II: Painting as Stage featuring artists Peter Ashton Jones, Chris Bucklow, Mick Finch and Dereck Harris.

If would like to confirm a place, email: [email protected]

ARTIST TALKLEE HOLDEN IN CONVERSATION WITH PETER SUCHINSaturday 27 April, 2-4pmat Cross Lane Projects, Cross Lane, Kenda...
16/04/2024

ARTIST TALK

LEE HOLDEN IN CONVERSATION WITH PETER SUCHIN

Saturday 27 April, 2-4pm
at Cross Lane Projects, Cross Lane, Kendal, LA9 5LB

Join us as Lee Holden, Mark Tanner Sculpture Award winner (2022/23) discusses his exhibition Universal Bridge with Peter Suchin.

Tickets: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/lee-holden-in-conversation-with-peter-suchin-tickets-883375498897?aff=oddtdtcreator

This exhibition titled ‘Universal Bridge’ is a site-specific installation focusing upon the “mindset”, technology, and infrastructure of governance, as well as the potential consequences of resistance to enforced technological change. The piece sets up a complex dialogue between, on the one hand, authority, progress, and control and, on the other, sabotage, disruption, and critique.

Using a vast array of found, collected, and reconfigured materials alongside specifically sourced instruments and tools, Lee Holden transforms Cross Lane Projects so as to suggest a military or government research station devoted to clandestine activities of dubious intent. Something very disturbing happened here: an irreversible accident or transgressive intrusion took place.

This exhibition was developed by artist Lee Holden (b.1972, Accrington, Lancashire, UK), who returns to Kendal after studying Fine Art at Cumbria College of Art & Design,1991-94. Holden is the 20th recipient of the Mark Tanner Sculpture Award (MTSA).

The talk will finish with a Q&A.

Mark Tanner Sculpture Award winner 2022/23 Lee Holden talks to Peter Suchin about his latest exhibition Universal Bridge.

VESTRY ST / LONDON Open Thursday / Friday / SaturdayFree EntryTableaux II: Painting as StageWorks by: Emily Allchurch, P...
11/04/2024

VESTRY ST / LONDON

Open Thursday / Friday / Saturday
Free Entry

Tableaux II: Painting as Stage

Works by: Emily Allchurch, Peter Ashton Jones, Louise Bristow, Chris Bucklow, Noemi Conan, Dan Coombs, Mick Finch, Oona Grimes, Dereck Harris, Nicky Hirst, Glenys Johnson, Neil Tait, Stella Whalley.

Exhibition on until 4 May.

This group exhibition includes thirteen artists, all of whom paint or work within the idiom of painting, within a figurative mode and utilise a stage-like space or Tableau. They all construct the pictorial space of a theatre with a central stage and feature spatial plains that are parallel to the surface of the canvas. These plains echo the space in which the viewer stands and present a parallel world where the characters portrayed appear absorbed in their own drama.

The Tableau is a device used throughout the history of painting as a form of display, often bearing the look of a constructed theatrical arrangement; an artificial space, but one which evokes the idea of a reflected world, where the audience is implicated or even has a role to play.

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"Is Universal Bridge a sculpture? An installation? A residency? Cross Lane Projects removed their internal walls to prov...
10/04/2024

"Is Universal Bridge a sculpture? An installation? A residency? Cross Lane Projects removed their internal walls to provide Holden with the biggest possible space to work, and the artist has seized the opportunity to reinvent his own process. Living on-site for two weeks during construction, and combing through thousands of repurposed objects sourced from his decades of collecting – it took two trucks and a van to deliver all the materials – Holden has brought confounding and chameleonic layers of depth to the space, at times industrial, theatrical, funereal, medical, celebratory, technological, playful, transactional and parapolitical".

- text from Universal Bridge review by Simon Sylvester for

Gallery open 12-5pm, Wednesday to Saturday.
Free Entry

exhibition  

28/03/2024

In the early days of cinema, a pioneering Russian filmmaker called Lev Kuleshov codified the editing technique of montage: the idea that unique and

UPCOMING EXHIBITION AT VESTRY ST, LONDON TABLEAUX II: PAINTING AS STAGECurated by Dereck HarrisFeaturing works by: Emily...
25/03/2024

UPCOMING EXHIBITION AT VESTRY ST, LONDON

TABLEAUX II: PAINTING AS STAGE
Curated by Dereck Harris

Featuring works by: Emily Allchurch, Peter Ashton Jones, Louise Bristow, Chris Bucklow, Noemi Conan, Dan Coombs, Mick Finch, Oona Grimes, Dereck Harris, Nicky Hirst, Glenys Johnson, Neil Tait, Stella Whalley.

6 April to 4 May 2024
Private view: Friday 5 April, 6-8pm

Gallery is open Thursday - Saturday, 12-5pm, free entry.

This group exhibition includes thirteen artists, all of whom paint or work within the idiom of painting, within a figurative mode and utilise a stage-like space or Tableau. They all construct the pictorial space of a theatre with a central stage and feature spatial plains that are parallel to the surface of the canvas. These plains echo the space in which the viewer stands and present a parallel world where the characters portrayed appear absorbed in their own drama.

The Tableau is a device used throughout the history of painting as a form of display, often bearing the look of a constructed theatrical arrangement; an artificial space, but one which evokes the idea of a reflected world, where the audience is implicated or even has a role to play.
Manet’s painting A Bar at the Folies-Berjeres is a wonderful example of all of this at play, as the male customer who is shown approaching the Bar is reflected in the mirror behind the Barmaid, who stares blankly out at the viewer. We partially assume the role of customer as we approach the painting surface and as the Courtauld website explains….

"Manet has shifted the reflection to the right. The bottles on the left are similarly misaligned in the mirror. This play of reflections emphasises the disorienting atmosphere f the bustling Folies-Bergere. In A Bar at the Folie-Bergere, Manet created a complex, absorbing composition and one of the iconic paintings of modern life".

Each of the painters in this proposal uses the convention of the Tableau as an entry point for their own thoughtful reflections on the political, the personal, the imaginary, or the philosophical mythopoeic residue of lived experience.

Thank you to everyone who came to the private view last night. A great turn out and a pleasure hearing Lee talking about...
16/03/2024

Thank you to everyone who came to the private view last night. A great turn out and a pleasure hearing Lee talking about his process and work.

Universal Bridge
Lee Holden
Mark Tanner Sculpture Award winner 2023/23

Open 12-5pm, Wednesday to Saturday until 27 March.

Free Entry

Universal Bridge is a site-specific installation focusing upon the “mindset”, technology, and infrastructure of governance, as well as the potential consequences of resistance to enforced technological change. The piece sets up a complex dialogue between, on the one hand, authority, progress, and control and, on the other, sabotage, disruption, and critique.

exhibition  

📣 OPENING TONIGHT📣Join us from 6-8pm tonight at Cross Lane Projects, Kendal for the private view of UNIVERSAL BRIDGE by ...
15/03/2024

📣 OPENING TONIGHT📣

Join us from 6-8pm tonight at Cross Lane Projects, Kendal for the private view of UNIVERSAL BRIDGE by Lee Holden.

Universal Bridge is a site-specific installation focusing upon the “mindset”, technology, and infrastructure of governance, as well as the potential consequences of resistance to enforced technological change. The piece sets up a complex dialogue between, on the one hand, authority, progress, and control and, on the other, sabotage, disruption, and critique.

Using a vast array of found, collected, and reconfigured materials alongside specifically sourced instruments and tools, Holden transforms the gallery’s unique display spaces so as to suggest a military or government research station devoted to clandestine activities of dubious intent. Something very disturbing happened here: an irreversible accident or transgressive intrusion took place.

The MTSA is one of the most significant awards for emerging UK artists working in the field of sculpture. It seeks to reward outstanding and innovative practice, with a particular interest in work that demonstrates a commitment to process, or sensitivity to material. Holden was the 20th winner of the annual sculpture prize and received: £10,000 towards the production of this new work; a solo exhibition at Standpoint in 2023; and a National Touring Programme.

‘Universal Bridge’ tours the UK, as part of the MTSA’s National Touring Programme beginning at Standpoint Gallery in May 2023.

Photo Credit: Tim Bowditch, courtesy of

Exhibition opens: Saturday 16 March 2024
PV: Friday 15 March, 6-8pm

Gallery open 12-5pm, Wednesday to Saturday.
Free Entry

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📣 COMING SOON 📣Cross Lane Projects is pleased to present a solo exhibition of new work by Lee Holden, winner of the Mark...
26/02/2024

📣 COMING SOON 📣

Cross Lane Projects is pleased to present a solo exhibition of new work by Lee Holden, winner of the Mark Tanner Sculpture Award 2022/23.

This exhibition was developed over the preceding year by Lee Holden (b.1972, Accrington, Lancashire, UK), the 20th recipient of the Mark Tanner Sculpture Award.

Universal Bridge is a site-specific installation focusing upon the “mindset”, technology, and infrastructure of governance, as well as the potential consequences of resistance to enforced technological change. The piece sets up a complex dialogue between, on the one hand, authority, progress, and control and, on the other, sabotage, disruption, and critique.

Using a vast array of found, collected, and reconfigured materials alongside specifically sourced instruments and tools, Holden transforms the gallery’s unique display spaces so as to suggest a military or government research station devoted to clandestine activities of dubious intent. Something very disturbing happened here: an irreversible accident or transgressive intrusion took place.

The MTSA is one of the most significant awards for emerging UK artists working in the field of sculpture. It seeks to reward outstanding and innovative practice, with a particular interest in work that demonstrates a commitment to process, or sensitivity to material. Holden was the 20th winner of the annual sculpture prize and received: £10,000 towards the production of this new work; a solo exhibition at Standpoint in 2023; and a National Touring Programme.

‘Universal Bridge’ tours the UK, as part of the MTSA’s National Touring Programme beginning at Standpoint Gallery in May 2023.

Photos Credit: Tim Bowditch, courtesy of

Exhibition opens: Saturday 16 March 2024
PV: Friday 15 March, 6-8pm

Gallery open 12-5pm, Wednesday to Saturday.
Free Entry

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Repost from  'People are genuinely curious about how art is made, and we get lots of questions about the art works, and ...
24/01/2024

Repost from

'People are genuinely curious about how art is made, and we get lots of questions about the art works, and the ideas involved. It has helped us to build some really nice relationships; the local college is involved and some of the schools come through which is good because it allows young people to access contemporary art without having to travel to the big cities. It is a chance for students to speak to an artist and ask the questions they wouldn’t normally get the answers to.'

Our North East editor Lesley Guy headed west (via zoom) to chat with Rebecca Larkin , the Assistant Curator and Projects Manager of Cross Lane Projects in Kendal . Follow the link in our bio to read the full thing!

Images: 1: the Cross Lane Projects building in Kendal. 2: Installation shot of 'Off Grid', by Olivia Bax, Mark Tanner Sculpture Award winner 2019/20 at Cross Lane Projects. 3: Installation shot of 'High on Hope' at Cross Lane Projects. Images shared courtesy of the gallery.

24/01/2024

Our North East editor Lesley Guy headed west (via zoom) to chat with Rebecca Larkin, the Assistant Curator and Projects Manager of Cross Lane Projects in

Last few days to see us on Stand G3 at London Art Fair.Open until 7pm today.Sunday 11am - 5pm.Tickets at link in bio ⬆️I...
20/01/2024

Last few days to see us on Stand G3 at London Art Fair.

Open until 7pm today.
Sunday 11am - 5pm.

Tickets at link in bio ⬆️

Image 1: (left to right) Julian Cooper: 'Exterior, Scawdel Cave, 2008, oil on canvas. 'Cave, Michaelangelo', 2013, oil on canvas. 'Crane, Fossacava', 2009, oil on canvas. Martin Greenland: 'The Unredeemed', 2008, oil on linen. 'Landfall', 2023, oil on panel. 'Above a River City', 2023, oil on panel.

Image 2: Mark Fairnington: 'Finger', 2021, oil on panel. 'Trunk', 2021, oil on panel. 'Site', 2018, oil on panel.

Image 3: Martin Greenland: 'The Unredeemed', 2008, oil on linen.

Image 4: Bex Massey: 'Primaries', 2022, Giclée Print on 308gsm Hannenmühle German Etching Paper with acrylic. Edition of 20.

Image 5: Lee Maelzer: 'Picnic & Pegs', 2017, collage & ink pencil on paper.

Image 6: Alun Williams: Veiled Prophet, 2014, oil & acrylic on canvas.

Ready for Friday at the London Art Fair?Come and see us and the incredible work by our artists:Julian Cooper, Mark Fairn...
19/01/2024

Ready for Friday at the London Art Fair?

Come and see us and the incredible work by our artists:
Julian Cooper, Mark Fairnington, Alex Giles, Martin Greenland, Lee Maelzer, Bex Massey, Michael Petry, Rebecca Scott & Alun Williams.

Stand G3

Opening times:
Friday 11am - 7pm
Saturday 11am - 7pm
Sunday 11am - 5pm

Tickets ⬆️ in bio

The London Art Fair is open today until 9pm.Works left to right: 1: Alex Giles  2. Rebecca Scott  3. Michael Petry      ...
18/01/2024

The London Art Fair is open today until 9pm.

Works left to right:
1: Alex Giles
2. Rebecca Scott
3. Michael Petry

Find us on Stand G3 on the upper floor at the London Art Fair. Tickets link in bio ⬆️The fair is open to the public 17 J...
16/01/2024

Find us on Stand G3 on the upper floor at the London Art Fair.

Tickets link in bio ⬆️

The fair is open to the public 17 January - 21 January.



Image 1: Bex Massey, PRIMARIES, 2022, Giclée Print on 308gsm Hahnemühle German Etching Paper with acrylic, 32.9 x 25.4cm...
12/01/2024

Image 1: Bex Massey, PRIMARIES, 2022, Giclée Print on 308gsm Hahnemühle German Etching Paper with acrylic, 32.9 x 25.4cm. Edition of 25.
Image 2: Rebecca Scott, CERULEAN, 2023, oil on canvas, 102 x 76cm.
Image 3: Julian Cooper, EXTERIOR, SCAWDEL CAVE, 2008, oil on canvas, 61 x 41cm. Courtesy of Art Space Gallery.
Image 4: Alun Williams, VEILED PROPHET, 2014, oil & acrylic on canvas, 51 x 41cm.

Join us at London Art Fair next week, on Stand G3

Venue: Business Design Centre, 52 Upper St, London, N1 0QH
Fair Times:
Wednesday 17 January: 11am-9pm
Thursday 18 January: 11am-9pm
Friday 19 January: 11am-7pm
Saturday 20 January: 11am-7pm
Sunday 21 January: 11am-5pm







Image 1: Alex Giles, INTERIOR II, 2024, acrylic on canvas, 75 x 75cm.Image 2: Michael Petry, APOLLO (Gold), 2019, acryli...
11/01/2024

Image 1: Alex Giles, INTERIOR II, 2024, acrylic on canvas, 75 x 75cm.
Image 2: Michael Petry, APOLLO (Gold), 2019, acrylic on canvas, 100 x 100cm.
Image 3: Lee Maelzer, PICNIC & PEGS, 2017, collage & ink pencil on paper, 24 x 24cm.
Image 4: Mark Fairnington, FINGER, 2021, oil on panel, 19 x 25cm.
Image 5: Martin Greenland, LANDFALL, 2023, oil on panel, 39 x 29cm.

Join us at London Art Fair next week, on Stand G3

Venue: Business Design Centre, 52 Upper St, London, N1 0QH

Fair Times:

Wednesday 17 January: 11am-9pm
Thursday 18 January: 11am-9pm
Friday 19 January: 11am-7pm
Saturday 20 January: 11am-7pm
Sunday 21 January: 11am-5pm








We are delighted to announce that we will be starting 2024 by exhibiting at the London Art Fair.17 - 21 January 2024VilI...
08/01/2024

We are delighted to announce that we will be starting 2024 by exhibiting at the London Art Fair.

17 - 21 January 2024
VilIP Preview: 16 January.

Following on from 'Landscape of the Gods', we will be showcasing works by Julian Cooper, Mark Fairnington, Alex Giles, Martin Greenland, Lee Maelzer, Bex Massey, Michael Perry, Rebecca Scott and Alun Williams.

Find us on Stand G3

Venue: Business Design Centre, 52 Upper St, London, N1 0QH

Fair Times:

Wednesday 17 January: 11am-9pm
Thursday 18 January: 11am-9pm
Friday 19 January: 11am-7pm
Saturday 20 January: 11am-7pm
Sunday 21 January: 11am-5pm

Tickets in bio ⬆️




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Last day to see Light and Land.We are open until 5pm today.Free Entry
09/12/2023

Last day to see Light and Land.

We are open until 5pm today.
Free Entry



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Founded in 2018 by artists Rebecca Scott and Mark Woods, Cross Lane Projects brings new contemporary art to Cumbria. Opening June 2018 with Female Trouble: Paula Rego & Rebecca Scott, the space presents a curated programme of exhibitions by local, international and British artists with accompanying talks and events. Cross Lane Projects is situated in a former Kendal Mint Cake factory in central Kendal.

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