The gallery is one of our ever changing creative areas. We exhibit artwork from local young emerging talents to national and internationally established artists. Below is a list of our present and future exhibitions at the Hive. Please come and take a look.
This exhibition "A World Without War" is the first event of an international art competition for young people aged 7-17 years. This large-scale project promotes the right for children to live in joy, love and friendship. The finalists will be exhibited in Russia next year in the Moscow House of Nationalities and will represent the UK in this international exhibition.
A fascinating and engaging journey through our local LGBT+ history, from 1949 to the present. A unique collection of imagery and poignant information, set in a national context. All welcome to the free exhibition launch 6 – 7pm on Friday 1st February.
As an illustrator Naomi takes influence from nature and often combines this with narrative to create her work. Her style is very decorative and she likes to incorporate as much hidden detail as possible using watercolour, ink and fine pen detail.
This exhibition is about future possibilities, reaching the end and carrying one. Sticks and Stones is a series of paper cuts based on the worst things people have had said to them. Annabel tries to debunk these negatives by promoting healing through art.