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EXHIBITIONS & EVENTS

Chapel Arts Cheltenham is an exciting new venue, located in the thriving area of St James’.  The former Baptist chapel has been modernised and restored to create a fantastic, flexible arts space which will allow for an array of events.

Founded by Ian James, formerly of Martins Gallery in Montpellier Parade, Chapel Arts will continue to bring exciting, contemporary paintings in a range of media alongside interesting sculpture in wood, steel, glass and bronze.

In addition, the venue can seat in excess of 100 people, allowing us to include music, concerts, poetry and guest speakers.  Space has been created with flexibility in mind, therefore providing a range of options from large full-height spaces through to small intimate meeting rooms.

And of course, no good venue would be complete without a coffee break, so we hope you will stop by and visit us and stay for a cup and a tempting slice of freshly made cake at Coffee ‘n’ Cake @ Chapel Arts.

Address: Chapel Arts, Knapp Road Near St James Square, Cheltenham. GL50 3QQ

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We are delighted to announce our upcoming event

MINING PERCEPTIONS by Sally Fawkes and Alex Ho at Chapel Arts, Cheltenham

Preview - Friday 15th June, 6.30pm to 8pm. The exhibition will continue thereafter from the 13th to the 30th June 2018.

This innovative exhibition is a multi-disciplinary collaboration between renowned glass artist Sally Fawkes and Oxbridge composer Alex Ho. The centrepiece of this exhibition is a multi-sensory music and video experience created by both artists, surrounded by glass sculptures, drawings and photographs by Sally.

The project takes as its starting point an expedition Sally undertook in 2016 to Scandinavia where she spent a month sailing along the coastline of northern Norway aboard a tall ship, observing and recording her response to the extraordinarily powerful environs. Her experiences were as much physical as visual and it is therefore perhaps unsurprising that Sally was drawn to the idea of a multi-sensory exhibition to capture those experiences artistically

We are also delighted to have an exhibition of works by local artist Sallie Taylor. A collection of etchings, oils and drawings illustrate moments and conversations that accompanied her travels through the English countryside.

13th to the 30th June 2018