City Gallery is located in Peterborough Museum on Priestgate, and is home to an impressive variety of art dating from the 1600s right through to the present day.
Portraits and landscapes selected from the permanent art collection are usually on display around the museum, and there’s a rolling programme of work by local, national and international artists in the Gallery.
A Curious Visit – new activity programme at the City Gallery
The City Gallery will be launching the new exhibition programme in May and would also like to work with local artists to support and lead on the new activity programme which will run through out the year in the new activity space in the gallery.
A Saturday Afternoon – Family drop-ins from 1 – 3pm
Join the City Gallery on a Saturday afternoon to take part in fun art-making activities designed with the whole family in mind. Come with the little ones and stay for as long – or as short – a time as you like. Suitable for families with children aged four and up.
A real life – Life class drawing from 7- 9pm
Join the City Gallery on a Thursday evening to take part in life class drawing sessions designed for students studying art that want to supplement their portfolio’s to professional and amateur artists that want to draw from a primary source. The City Gallery has sourced professional models and a tutor the lead the sessions.
A Survival kit – Half term and holiday activities
The City Gallery would also like to hear from artists that would like to propose week long holiday activities to take place in the gallery over school half terms and holidays. The activity must be open to all.
If you are interested in this opportunity, please send an up to date CV and an outline of the activity you would like to deliver. Please note an artist fee is available and a small budget is for materials.
Contact our Gallery Curator – Lisa Helin for more information at email@example.com