The Tetley is a gallery space opened in 2013 as a centre of contemporary art whereas The Pavilion is a visual arts organisation first developed in 1983 as a feminist photography centre.
Both The Tetley and the Pavilion work with contemporary artists helping them develop work and become more announced in the art world.
The Tetley owns its own art space where they exhibit work whereas the Pavilion is a producer of work and helps the artist find commissions.
The pavilion works mainly with photography and film based work whereas The Tetley considers all art forms.
The Tetley is open 7 days a week for the public to view the exhibition and also runs a bar to help sustain extra costs.