In the course of the year we expect to show around 800 artworks in our temporary displays. Our temporary exhibitions also serve another important purpose in helping us to raise funds through the artist donations we make on sales.
The Central Corridor is the showcase exhibition space and provides a continuous display that changes four times a year. The north, south and west corridors display artwork that changes twice a year.
Imagined Worlds is an exhibition now on display in the Central Gallery, The ‘In Xanadu’ Booklet is available for purchase.
If you would like this booklet, you may order it through www.friendsofcoleridge.com price £5.00 plus postage and packing. It was created by Justin Shepherd and Terence Sackett to celebrate the first publication of Samuel Taylor Coleridge’s poem, Kubla Khan, in 1816.
If you would like to exhibit at the RUH, please contact our Exhibitions Manager, Tony Smith on 01225 824 987 or email him firstname.lastname@example.org
The Central Gallery is situated in Zone B on the Ground Floor, left and right of the main atrium. 19TH JANUARY – 27TH APRIL 2017 HILARY PAYNTER AGE OF ENLIGHTENMENT A striking new body of wood engraving work by Hilary Paynter specifically commissioned by Devon Guild of Craftsmen for this project on the subject of […]
The West Gallery is situated in Zone B on the Ground Floor along the children’s corridor and near the Friends of the RUH coffee shop. ARTSPARKS gallery Artsparks brings a series of regular creative workshops to young patients on the Children’s Ward. The workshops led by our Artist in Residence allow patients to use their imagination […]
The South Gallery is situated in Zone C on the Ground Floor along the corridor that leads to the Lansdown Restaurant. SPRING/SUMMER 17 LIANE STEVENSON Liane studied Fine Art at Bristol Polytechnic, and has been working in a variety of media ever since. Her subject matter is often taken from the urban and rural […]
The North Gallery is situated in Zone A on the Ground Floor. Bath Photographic Society [bps] Bath Photographic Society (BPS) has a long history, dating back to its foundation in 1888 as one of the earliest photographic clubs in the country. It is not surprising that photography aroused a great deal of interest in […]