Monday, November 08, 2010

Smallest art gallery in the world (video)

Shed-based businesses come in all shapes and sizes. The Gallery on the Green in Upper Settle comes in phone box shape. And small. It was bought by Settle Town Council through BT's Adopt a Kiosk scheme and, once fully refurbished, turned into a community art gallery. It's almost certainly the smallest art gallery in the world and run by local volunteers. For phone box fans, it is a K6 type, designed by Sir Giles Gilbert Scott in 1935 to commemorate George V's Silver Jubilee. Currently on show are selections from Brian 'Queen' May's and Elena Vidal's new book 'A Village Lost and Found', as the video above shows. We're wondering if it qualifies for the Tardis category in Shed of the Year?
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