Central Gallery

The Central Gallery is situated in Zone B on the Ground Floor, left and right of the main atrium.


27TH APRIL – 14TH JUNE 2018

LAND, SEA and City: EXPLORING THE WORLD THROUGH CLAY

Art at the Heart are teaming up with Action on Hearing Loss in Bath to display a new exhibition of ceramics in the Royal United Hospitals Central Gallery. The collection of artworks has been created in participatory workshops by adults who are Deaf with additional needs.

The work looks at shells and fossils, the natural and built environment, as well as animals and plant life. Using mosaic tiles, stone and earthenware clays and different coloured grouts and glazes they have sought to capture some of the beauty of the world around us.

This group of ‘artists’, although they wouldn’t necessarily call themselves that, attend ceramics sessions as part of the service they receive from Action on Hearing Loss, here in Bath.

Action on Hearing Loss’ unique Educational Day Services enables them to fulfil in the most creative sense their core values of: People, Passion and Partnership.

Bath’s Action on Hearing Loss Projects Coordinator, Andrew Harris says:

“We believe everyone we support has something positive to bring to the world not despite of who they are but because of whom they are. By working in partnership with such great advocate as Art at the Heart we know we can share that passion.”


26TH JANUARY – 19TH APRIL 2018

due to popular demand: Extended until 7th June 2018

THE LANDSCAPE COLLECTIVE (LCUK)

The Landscape Collective is a group of UK-based landscape photographers who meet every two months in Lyme Regis in order to show and discuss their work and currently comprises of 12 committed photographers based across the south of England. It was set up in 2015 by 4 Members who already collaborated on a book together, with a view to meeting up with like-minded photographers who wanted encouragement to work outside of their comfort zones.

The group includes a recent winner of LPOTY (Landscape Photographer of the Year); and many are Fellows of the Royal Photographic Society. Most Members have had worked published, one has 16 books to his name! As a group many are in demand for workshops and lectures and exhibit widely both at home and overseas.

Members exhibiting will be Paul Mitchell and Susan Brown (Founders of the Group). Andy Farrer, Gillian Morgan, Roger Longdin, Linda Wevill, Andrew Wheatley and Dee Yawetz.

Storm at Woolacombe by Susan Brown

The Punchbowl by Andrew Wheatley