Exhibitions & Events

Welcome to Artisan, Queens Park Arts Centre’s exciting programme of exhibitions and events. Led by Ellie Kirkup, this special project offers free-to-view exhibitions all year round featuring work from the most talented and inspirational artists working both locally and nationally.

Alongside our exhibition spaces we have a beautiful gallery shop stocked with handmade art and craft. You can find out about the latest artists stocking their work by clicking here, or see below for our upcoming exhibitions.

EXHIBITIONS

CURRENT / UPCOMING EXHIBITIONS

CELEBRATE – DISABILITY ARTS FESTIVAL EXHIBITION

QPAC COFFEE BAR
22 JUNE – 2 JULY

An inspiring exhibition highlighting a collection of art, ceramics and woodwork by disabled artists and makers who attend creative workshops at Queens Park Arts Centre. 

THE AMBASSADORS – OUR ANCIENT TREES
AN EXHIBITION BY MIKE BARBER

QPAC COFFEE BAR
6 – 23 JULY

Local artist Mike Barber has visited trees from across South East England, sketching from life before developing artwork in the studio.  They include acrylic paintings and charcoal/pastel drawings of these awe inspiring ‘ancients’ that are true ambassadors for all trees, reminding us of the importance they serve in preserving life on earth. 

EVENTS

CURRENT / UPCOMING EVENTS

ARTISAN CRAFT FAIR 2024

SAVE THE DATE
SATURDAY 16 NOVEMBER 2024

The annual Artisan Craft Fair is back on Saturday 16 November 2024! Our craft fair shines a spotlight on the finest handmade art and craft from the very best local artists and makers including ceramics, jewellery, woodwork, textiles, fine art, mixed media and more.

Email fohteam@queensparkarts.com if you would like to be part of our craft fair this November.

PREVIOUS EXHIBITIONS

Click here to listen to an interview with Brenda.

Kelly’s work is currently on sale in our Artisan gallery shop.

SEE BELOW FOR CHRIS & FREYA’S MASTERCLASS

Click here to listen to an interview with Jess.

Click here for an article about Salina’s exhibition.

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