Avenue Gallery

East Midlands

Main contact
Suzanne Stenning - Gallery Administrator
Email
Suzanne.stenning@northampton.ac.uk
Phone number
01604 735500
Details

Avenue Gallery offers a diverse programme of temporary exhibitions which reflects the range of activities and academic ambitions within the Faculty of Arts, Science and Technology. As well as showcasing student work and staff research, we host external exhibitions which engage with the wider local, cultural and academic communities and organise regular displays of historic posters from the University’s Osborne Robinson Poster Collection.

Bath Spa University Art and Design Collection

East Midlands, South West

Main contact
Laura Brown -
Email
l.brown@bathspa.ac.uk
Phone number
07708 195124
Details

The collection aims to document the history and works of past and present students and staff of Bath Spa University and its predecessor colleges, and to preserve the creative and historical activities associated with the University and its sites.

Bradford College Textile Archive

Yorkshire and The Humber

Main contact
Helen Farrar - Curator
Email
h.farrar@bradfordcollege.ac.uk
Phone number
01274 433257
Details

Bradford College Textile Archive celebrates Bradford’s industrial, educational & cultural history since it emerged as the world leading pioneer affectionately named Worstedopolis in the nineteenth century. The Bradford College Textile Archive is located within the historic Lister Building which was built in 1911, its original purpose being to replicate a vertical mill for the instruction of workers in textile manufacturing methods. The collections within the Archive offer rich inspiration for designers and authentic records for academic researchers of the textile industries, and local social and economic history.

Camberwell Space

London

Main contact
Daisy McMullan - Gallery Coordinator
Email
camberwellspace@camberwell.arts.ac.uk
Phone number
020 7514 6402
Details

Camberwell Space is a public gallery that initiates and presents an annual programme of internationally significant exhibitions in a new purpose-built space located within Camberwell College of Arts. Working in collaboration with professional artists, designers and curators, shows are made in response to, and as an extension, of the curriculum taught at the College. The new gallery space offers our community the opportunity to engage with a high quality and original exhibition programme that provides new perspectives on current debates in contemporary art, design and craft.

Creative Space CCI

South East

Main contact
Denise Callender - Faculty Promotions Manager
Email
denise.callender@port.ac.uk
Phone number
023 9284 5197
Details

Creative Space CCI is the Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries outlet for all of its news, events and activities.

East Gallery, Norwich University of the Arts

East of England

Main contact
Dr Caroline Fisher - Curator
Email
c.fisher@nua.ac.uk
Phone number
01603 756231
Details

East GalleryNUA is an exciting, city centre gallery space showcasing the best modern and contemporary art through its curated exhibitions programme. Exhibitions are originated by Norwich University of the Arts or the result of collaborations with a range of significant national and international partners.

Exhibition Research Lab, Liverpool John Moores University

North West

Main contact
Professor Joasia Krysa - Director
Email
J.M.Krysa@ljmu.ac.uk
Phone number
0151 904 1187
Details

Exhibition Research Lab is the first academic centre and contemporary art  gallery in the UK dedicated to the interdisciplinary study of exhibitions  and curatorial knowledge. Founded in 2012 as part of Liverpool School of Art and Design, the Exhibition Research Lab is uniquely positioned across academic and the cultural ecology of Liverpool, underpinned by collaborative posts held by staff with Tate LiverpoolFACT (Foundation for Art and Creative Technology), RIBA North (The Royal Institute of British Architects), and Liverpool Biennial.

Exhibition Research Lab extends the traditional remit of an art gallery as a site for display or pedagogical resource, to an expanded gallery or ‘lab’ where experimental thinking and  making takes place, and where artistic and curatorial knowledge is enacted, produced and made public.

Gallery North

North East

Main contact
Dr Mark Jackson - Senior Lecturer in Critical Theory and Curatorial Practices
Email
ad.gallerynorth@northumbria.ac.uk
Phone number
0191 232 6002
Details

Gallery North is the main art gallery based at Northumbria University, Newcastle. As well as an ambitious programme of challenging exhibitions, the gallery works regularly with the curatorial research group NEUSCHLOSS and is linked to Gallery North Project Space.

Lethaby Gallery, Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London

London

Main contact
Laura McNamara - Creative Producer: Gallery & Public Events
Email
l.mcnamara@csm.arts.ac.uk
Phone number
0207 514 9897
Details

The Lethaby Gallery is dedicated to the creative talents of students, staff and alumni of Central Saint Martins. From fashion and art to design and performance, it publicly celebrates the College’s past and present while enthusing/stimulating/inspiring and provoking about our collective futures.

With its doors opening onto Granary Square at King’s Cross, the Lethaby Gallery delivers an ever-changing insight into one of the world’s best arts and design colleges.

Founded in 1896, the gallery was named after the founding head of the Central School of Art and Design – later Central Saint Martins – William Richard Lethaby, whose teaching bridged the gap between the academic and the practical, the thought and the thing, a practice which continues at the College today.

OpenSpace at Axis Arts Centre

North West

Main contact
Jodie Gibson - Director
Email
j.gibson@mmu.ac.uk
Phone number
0161 247 5618
Details

The Axis OpenSpace plays host to a range of contemporary art practices and processes, primarily but not exclusively in relation to the Axis Performance Programme. Operating as a space between the performance disciplines of Dance, Theatre, Creative Writing and Music, the OpenSpace provides access to the processes and ideas of art and performance that exist across and between these areas.