Archive for the ‘Heritage Gallery’ Category

Temporary Closure

Tuesday, April 7th, 2020

There is currently no exhibition in the Heritage Gallery.

Heritage Gallery Temporary Closure

Tuesday, July 14th, 2020

The Heritage Gallery remains temporarily closed. We are working closely with the University Estates team towards its reopening and will post developments on our social media platforms as these emerge.

Image: Rob Smith “Drift” (2017) – detail, underwater pinhole photograph exhibited in “Granular” Project Space Jan-Feb 2018

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In line with our current COVID19 measures, we have devised a new exhibition in the Stephen Lawrence Gallery that you can explore from the large windows facing the street, without needing to enter the building.

Have a question or planning a visit? Check out our contact details and location on the Find us page.

We look forward to welcoming you back soon!

Introducing ‘A Proposal for Radical Hospitality’

Tuesday, November 3rd, 2020

Royal Museums Greenwich National Outreach Curator, Matilda Pye and Sound Artist Peter Adjaye talk about the commissioning and making of a new sound-work currently on exhibition at the Queens House.

The sound installation “A proposal for Radical Hospitality’ is presented to reinterpret and rediscover The Armada Portrait’s legacies. Find out more about the art-work HERE

Your Visit

Due to COVID 19 restrictions, this event takes place in front of an invited audience of limited numbers. Tickets to attend the event virtually are available via the link below.

We gratefully acknowledge funding support from the Royal Borough of Greenwich

Expanded Artforms

Wednesday, October 21st, 2020

For the Sound & Image Festival, students from the MA Digital Arts programme at The University of Greenwich will use the Heritage Gallery as a type of artistic laboratory to experiment with a range of Expanded Art Forms. As opposed to a set exhibition, the space will be used as a testing ground to explore the potential outcomes of multiple mediums, overlapping territories and collaborations.  The ethos of the MA Digital Arts is one that embraces multimedia and interdisciplinary approaches in order to discover new and unknown possibilities. 

This event is part of the Greenwich Sound/Image Festival.

MA Digital Arts

Sanja Dudek, Eduard Fadgyas, Yi Ting Liong, Ashley MacLaughlin, Mateo Monje Shefford, Boris Monteiro, Oliver Paviour-Silcock, Megan Swaffer & Daniela Zaharieva.

Find out more about the Digital Arts MA

Your Visit

Following the COVID 19 lockdown, it will no longer be possible to allow visitors to this exhibition. A video of each weeks outcome will be available online via the link below, which will be activated once the recording has been made

We gratefully acknowledge funding assistance from the Royal Borough of Greenwich