Redwing Gallery

REDWING GALLERY is a not-for-profit social enterprise established by the artist Peter Fox in 2011. Redwing's  aim is to support artists marginalised by the mainstream commercial art world. This can be because of art style, age, physical or learning disability, mental health issues, social circumstance or many other reasons.

Redwing's current venue, a meanwhile space in Penzance, is a truly inclusive mini arts centre. It's facilities include two large exhibition spaces, performance/event/rehearsal space, open access art studio with printmaking presses, papermaking and bookbinding equipment and vegan/vegetarian coffee shop.

Regular events include exhibitions, films screenings, talks, art and craft classes and acoustic music workshops and performances.

The Higher Gallery is available for hire for solo and group exhibitions. For enquiries email:

The venue is a short walk from Penzance rail and bus station and the harbourside carpark and is just off Penzance's main Market Jew Street.

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Opening hours

Monday - Saturday 11-5pm spring/summer
Tuesday - Saturday 11-5pm autumn/winter
Late night: Thursdays until 7:30pm


36A Market Jew Street
Cornwall TR18 2HT

01736 448402/711458

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The Higher Gallery at Redwing
Open Access Printmaking and Art Studio
Redwing Gallery

What's on

Michael Petry: In the Realm of the Gods

The Holburne Museum, Great Pulteney Street, Bath BA2 4DB

Friday 20 October 2017 – Sunday 08 April 2018

Little Music and Movement

The Exchange, Princes Street, Penzance

Friday 12 January 2018 – Friday 06 April 2018

Regular Art Group

Artwave West, Morcombelake, Dorset DT6 6DY

Thursday 18 January 2018 – Thursday 29 March 2018

Quartet - Ineke Van Der Wal

Lighthouse, 21 Kingland Road, Poole, Dorset, BH15 1UG

Saturday 03 February 2018 – Saturday 31 March 2018

Visual Arts South West

Working towards a South West where talented artists thrive, and a resilient and connected visual arts ecology that inspires more engaged and diverse audiences to value and advocate for its work.

Part of the Contemporary Visual Arts Network

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