TWO diverse exhibitions are running until August 31 at Keighley Creative Space.

Morwenna Catt’s new show Charms for Living can be seen in the Sculpture Focus gallery. And in the adjacent Worth Arts gallery there is retrospective of work from the past 20 years of Keighley arts collective Small World.

Creative Space is a complex of display space, workshops and studios used by local artists and craftspeople, in the former Sunwin House and Home building on Hanover Street.

Charms for Living focuses on sculptural textiles. For many years Morwenna has designed and created extravagant costumes, public works and commissions, and this ethos and aesthetic comes through in her fine art practice.

She said: “I often incorporate abandoned craft projects which I repurpose, rip apart or turn inside out.

I’m drawn to objects that carry narrative threads and emotional connections to people, gathering these ‘treasures’ together like a magpie -- objects, ephemera, rags, clothes, photographs, poems, texts – things that have been used and sometimes worn away by human contact.”

Small World’s retrospective exhibition features work, photographs and memories from participants past and present. Making use of the new cinema room in Worth Arts, animations and a slideshow of the charities historic projects will be show.

Small World Cultural Arts Collective is a participatory arts charity based in Keighley, working primarily with children and young people on arts-based projects that focus on the individual, allowing opportunities for skills and personal development.

Small World has worked with thousands of local people, and this 20-year retrospective will be a chance to share memories, as well as hear about the future of the charity.

The galleries are open on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays, from 10am-4pm.