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A group exhibition showcasing wonderfully diverse collection of visual artwork created by participants engaging in The Hive’s Wellbeing Projects. Drawings, paintings, ceramics, digital art, animation, music video and poetry demonstrate how we use inspiring, inclusive and creative experiences to transform lives and help those in our communities who face challenges in their lives. Our Wellbeing Projects provide a safe path to personal and community growth to people living in Shropshire, Telford & Wrekin.
DarwIN Shrewsbury Festival Special Exhibition
In April 2019 local artist and architect, James St. Clair Wade began work on an ambitious survey of the historic streetscape of Shrewsbury in a series of unique architectural views allowing the whole length of each street to be seen simultaneously. Now, nearly five years on, this exhibition presents a selection of the extensive volume of work produced, and highlights the richness and variety of the town’s architecture, building by building, like a library stocked with shelf after shelf of well-loved books. The exhibition will include a short film entitled ‘The Mount in Miniature’ by Andrew Spicer of Fairholme Films, which documents the process of producing a Streetscape drawing, using Darwin’s birthplace as a case study. The exhibition will coincide with the DarwIN Festival Shrewsbury and includes a number of buildings associated with his life. streetscapeproject.com
All welcome to the launch night on Friday 16th February @ 6.30pm.
Shrewsbury LGBT+ History Festival Special Exhibition
The exhibition is a curated selection of new portraits by Ming de Nasty, photographs collected from participants and accompanying texts drawn from people’s memories during participatory workshops. Made during 2023, with a group of LGBT+ older residents of Shropshire, the pictures reflect on age, identity, rights, and representation within a community that have lived and experienced radical change. They serve as prompts to how we must continually consider care, social justice, and the politics of recent history and now.
Commissioned by GRAIN Projects in partnership with SAND, and generously supported by Arts Council England and the National Lottery Heritage Fund.
A unique exhibition exploring a range of art forms, designed by our Young Curators team – The Hive Cultural Investigators! It features people from the past, present and future who have previously, are currently, and will in future benefit from being part of the youth space we now call The Hive. This exhibition is part of a Hive Wellbeing Project made possible through the generous funding from Arts Council England.
All welcome to launch day on Saturday 20th April, 3 – 6pm. No booking necessary.
Our gallery is a versatile space for exhibiting various types of work, including canvas, framed art, sculpture and digital artwork on a monitor. Drop us a line in the form to enquire about hiring our gallery space for an exhibition.
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