We are looking for creatives from various disciplines to form part of a collective, or simply enjoy a creative and dynamic atmosphere.Read More
We are thrilled to have four fantastic local artists exhibiting with us for our Portraiture exhibition.
Featuring works from Andrew Kirk, Casey Rogers, Kayleigh Almara and Paul Normansell.Read More
To complement Misshapes: The Making of Tatty Devine and Ernest Gimson: Look,Design, Make and enrich the content of both exhibitions we would like to offer our second floor gallery space to contemporary makers to take part in our residency programme.
The timing for this is 15 June – 18 August 2019; we are offering 2 x four week residencies* during this period to lead us into the Tatty Devine exhibition and start awareness of our Gimson exhibition. *There is flexibility to reduce the duration of the residency for a suitable proposalRead More
Now in it's 2nd year and organised in association with British Music Society with an impressive list of jurors and advisors, the Competition promises to be a highlight of this summer's music calendar and an extremely rewarding experience for those young musicians who take part.Read More
As a freelance cultural education practitioner and trainer, I have worked with Arts Award for over 10 years as part of supporting young people of all ages and abilities to be inspired by and benefit from arts and culture. I would love to see this opportunity offered more in my hometown of Stroud!Read More
You are invited to produce a piece of Wearable Art and to be part of the 2019 ACP Wearable Art competition on the 14th June at Gloucester Cathedral. The themes are biomimicry and robotics and you can design any art that can be worn on the body...!Read More
Recent work by Aimee Lax using a range of materials including ceramics, steel and acrylic glass, to explore her fear and fascination of human effects on the natural world; events include a unique workshop experience with Aimee Lax to create organisms in porcelain.Read More
Tune in to the Arts Council England’s panel discussion as they publish their annual report on diversity in the arts and culture sector.Read More
A contemporary sculpture show taking place 16 June – 7 July, in the extensive gardens of The Old Rectory in the beautiful Cotswold village of Quenington. This biennial curated event prides itself on showcasing and selling unique sculptural pieces and contemporary crafts whilst providing educational workshops for children and adults.
Image Credit Steve Russell