The Hive Gallery in Shrewsbury town centre:

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The Hive Gallery is a dedicated gallery space located within the Hive Music and Media Centre. It displays work in a variety of media and particularly welcomes digital and new media-based art forms. The gallery space predominately supports young artists and regional emerging talent, working closely with Shropshire schools, colleges and other local groups, including local Shropshire artists.

Media installation at the Hive Gallery

Shrewsbury College students art exhibition in gallery

Interested in exhibiting your artwork?

To enquire about utilising the Hive Gallery space in Shrewsbury to exhibit your artwork, please email us via the following address:

Current exhibition on show at the Hive Gallery:

Sound Canvas.

On show starting Monday 17th February until Wednesday 9th April.

Sound Canvas installation at the Hive Gallery in Shrewsbury

Jodi Award winning Sound Canvas by Zoe Partington comes to the Hive, following the popularity of its display at The Public in West Bromwich.

Sound Canvas acts like a digital harp, providing artwork that can be triggered by everyone without any need for complicated interaction. Visitors are invited to come and create their own unique audio-visual experiences using movement.

Zoe's work is about how we view our world and questions, “What is a canvas? and “Who decides that it has to be visual?” Sound Canvas is one of five commissions as part of DASH’s project IN ‘Disability art in the mainstream’. The exhibition in the Hive’s Gallery Space will also feature a small selection of digital Shropshire landscapes and poetry.

Future exhibitions on show at the Hive Gallery:

Shropshire Young Carers.

On show starting Wednesday 23rd April until Wednesday 28th May.

The British Red Cross Shropshire Young Carers will be displaying some unique pictures taken by local photographer Simon Jones. The photos will show the varied partnership work undertaken between the Young Carers Service and the Hive - capturing numerous creative projects.
Each picture showcased will have a short explanation written by the Young Carers themselves.

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