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The Sheffield culture guide written by in-the-know locals

This summer, Cupola Gallery is hosting two solo exhibitions by Sheffield-based printmakers John Pedder and James Green, side by side. As part of the exhibition, John Pedder and his helper Emily Peak spent five hours at Cupola on Tuesday 4th August inking up and printing off a 7ft x 4ft woodcut piece called Hinged. See below for all five hours squished into four minutes.

The exhibitions continue until 22 August 2020, with social distancing measures in place.

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