Stephen Lawrence Gallery

With its “shop-front” location, this self-contained, dedicated exhibition space takes its place in the thriving Greenwich arts scene and is a window on the creative life of the University’s new academic building in Stockwell Street, which houses subject specialisms in architecture, digital arts and design. For more information about this gallery, its history and objectives, please see the about page.


  • 14th Nov -16th Dec 2023
  • Stephen Lawrence Gallery

SOUND/IMAGE 2023 brings together a selection of international artists who embrace ideas of collaborative processes and shared creativity. While the individual artworks and installations take on board a wide range of conceptual concerns, they all explore the relationships between sounds and images, and the images which sounds can construct by themselves. The exhibition will run […]

Project Space

Like a “town square” the Project Space provides a location for a calendar of events at the bustling centre of the new academic building. The Project Space also hosts displays in association with conferences and talks in the adjoining lecture theatres and occasionally allows room for the larger exhibitions in the Stephen Lawrence Gallery to expand.

Within Touching Distance, Binaural Dinner Date and Radio Ghost

  • 11th Nov - 17th Dec 2023
  • Project Space

The Centre for Creative Futures and the Sound & Image Festival at the University of Greenwich present Within Touching Distance, Binaural Dinner Date and Radio Ghost in partnership with the Institute for Inclusive Communities & Environments

Heritage Gallery

Located in the historic setting of the Old Royal Naval College, the Heritage Gallery lends itself to longer-term exhibitions dealing with the University’s history and values. Recently renovated, this gallery offers a resource to our students and staff as well as a point of communication between the university and the many visitors to our World Heritage Site.


  • 14th Nov - 8 Dec 2023
  • Heritage Gallery

The culmination of the research and visual practice generated throughout Susana G. Larrañaga’s PhD in Digital Arts, which investigates the toxic and the Web 2.0.