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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.
If you would like to exhibit at the RUH, please contact our Exhibitions Manager, Tony Smith on 01225 824 987 or email him email@example.com
The Central Gallery is situated in Zone B on the Ground Floor, left and right of the main atrium. Hope and Humanity in the Commonwealth 2022 This exhibition will be on show at the RUH until 30th May and is a wonderful celebration of the Royal Commonwealth Society (Bath and District Branch) – its values, … Continue reading Central Gallery
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. Rosie Webb Browse Rosie’s exhibition artwork catalogue and sale prices below! Contact Exhibitions Manager, Tony Smith firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to purchase. The work on display is by Bristol … Continue reading West Gallery
The South Gallery is situated in Zone C on the Ground Floor along the corridor that leads to the Lansdown Restaurant. Zennor Box To view and purchase any artworks in this exhibition, please visit Zennor’s website below and mention seeing the work at the RUH or on our website. A donation will then be made … Continue reading South Gallery
The North Gallery is situated in Zone A on the Ground Floor. *Header Image: ‘Frosty Early Morning’ Dave Nicholson Bath Photographic Society [BPS] Please click on the image below by Csilla Szucs to view the Bath Photographic Society Exhibition online gallery: BPS PRINTS: £45 EACH To buy an artwork please contact email@example.com or 07768 070403 A third of every … Continue reading North Gallery