An exhibition exploring facets of South Asian art this week went on display at Central Hall in Keighley.

The Sab Rang (All Colours) exhibition examines the subcontinent’s cultural heritage, from calligraphy to contemporary wall art.

The exhibition, on show until July 13, looks at the traditional crafts of India, Pakistan and Bangladesh.

They range from miniature paintings of the Muslim Mogul emperors to complex mehndi skin decoration patterns, featuring the work of Akari Maharani, Zareena Bano and Humaira Minhas.

Matt Blackmore, the centre’s development manager, said the exhibition continued the Alice Street building’s reputation for diversity.

It hosts All Keighley Communities Together, which helps people of all backgrounds mix, and is home to theatre company Arakan Creative, which specialises in Islamic stories.

Mr Blackmore said: “Central Hall prides itself on being an easily-accessible resource for all of the town’s diverse communities.”

Sab Rang is being hosted by Artists in Business, along with Bradford-based south Asian arts organisation Kala Sangam.

Admission to the exhibition is free, Mondays to Fridays 8.30am to 4pm, and Saturdays 9am to 2pm.