Our current exhibition and installation runs until 22nd June at Three Storeys.  It highlights current projects, items from The Collection and a hint of things to come.


A selection of objects from The Collection that reference some of our core themes, from a 1960s newspaper article about the domination of men in the portrait world to a collage from Helen Chadwick. We also have a vintage Wunderkammer filled with items and stories relating to the displays.

SCOBY Installation

The next chapter in the Feminist Project for Rural Arts, generously supported by The Ampersand Foundation.


The start of our new events programme for the summer – plenty more in the pipeline, which will be added to the site once confirmed.

The Great Train Tapestry

The completed tapestry adorns the walls of our new space – and looks magnificent.  Thanks to all involved and to GWR and Canon for their generous support with the project.

Living Archive

The archive of Elisabeth Buchmeyer-Lewis (1935 – 2018). The digitisation and cataloguing is a work-in-progress, and we discover new items every day.

Astro 2030

Installation by Monica Alcazar-Duarte

Exhibition Archive



GLOUCESTER EXHIBITION: MALEVOLENCE - challenging society's attitudes to gender-based violence and continuing the campaign for its elimination.

We’re holding a Garage Sale!

Inspired by the work of Martha Rosler, our Garage Sale – as well as offering some great bargains – challenges the viewer to take a critical look at the second-hand market in the UK, particularly the pricing policy of charity shops as they strive to find new audiences.
Head and shoulders portrait of HM Queen Elizabeth II, facing the viewer, her torso in left side profile. She wears a black taffeta evening dress with the South Africa Necklace that was a 21st birthday gift from the Government of the Union of South Africa. It was later shortened to fifteen large stones, as shown here, and the remaining diamonds made into a bracelet.

Dorothy Wilding – Gloucester Archive

Gloucester: On the first anniversary of the late Queen's death, we are launching the Dorothy Wilding Gloucester Archive with an installation that commemorates Dorothy's relationship with Queen Elizabeth II, curated by collector Sarah Grant.

Divine Power

Divine Power, featuring works by Nandini Valli Muthiah and Yevonde, on show in the Bell Walk Gallery (Eastgate) until 19th November

Dorothy Wilding Exhibition

Dorothy's Coming Home! New exhibition featuring the work of Dorothy Wilding - Gloucester's pioneering photographer

Paola Paredes Exhibition, Skin Deep

Join us to unpeel Skin Deep - an interactive photographic experience presenting eight stories that represent the diverse sexualities and gender identities of the queer community in Ecuador.

Anita Khemka Exhibition, Laxmi

From Anita's ongoing photographic documentary series of Laxmi, one of India's leading third gender (hijra) and transgender rights activist

Creative Canvas Archive

Creative Canvas

Creative Canvas – March 2024

The portraits and stories on display were captured in March 2022, just after Russia invaded Ukraine on 24th of February 2022. Many people around the world gave their timegenerously to support the people of Ukraine.

GWR Bootcamp Exhibition

Gloucester: GWR Bootcamp Exhibition, now showing at Gloucester, Stroud, Stonehouse and Cam & Dursley railway stations
Creative Canvas Archive

Menopause Exhibition

Exhibition by Ally Goff. Based on my own experience of “the change” this selection of photographs documents this story, told through memories and the re-enactment of symptoms, emotional experiences and traumas encountered throughout my menopausal journey.
Creative Canvas Archive
Cutting Through Barriers
Creative Canvas Archive
Creative Journey with GWR
Photography & Protest
Exhibition: Glossy