Solent Showcase

Solent Showcase Gallery was the first major addition to Southampton’s emerging cultural quarter and is situated on the Guildhall city square, near the City Art Gallery and the Sea City Museum.

Solent Showcase Gallery features contemporary visual art that encourages engagement, discussion and participation with the whole community. The creation of Solent Showcase coincides with the expansion of the art courses at Southampton Solent University; generating a new era of visual creativity at the University.

Solent Showcase Gallery supports up-and-coming national and international artists to providing examples of the best contemporary art to inspire students and a wider audience. It embraces the idea of cross-disciplinary collaboration to highlight the creative talents of the University, highlighting contemporary ideas and seeking to engage the widest possible audience. 

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Opening hours

Tuesday - Saturday: 11am - 5pm

Address

Sir James Matthews Building
Solent University
157-187 Above Bar Street
Southampton
Hampshire SO14 7NN

023 8201 2621
[email protected]
www.solent.ac.uk/showcase/whats-on

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Make Your Mark exhibition

What's on

Formation Level, an exhibition of new and recent films by Amanda Loomes

Aspex, Portsmouth, PO1 3BF

Friday 18 January 2019 – Sunday 24 March 2019

Make Your Mark: An Alternative Mapping Project

Solent Showcase Gallery 157-187 Above Bar St, Southampton SO14 7NN

Friday 18 January 2019 – Saturday 30 March 2019

Esther Teichmann and Monster Chetwynd: Phantasie Fotostudio II

John Hansard Gallery, 142-144 Above Bar Street, Southampton SO14 7DU

Saturday 16 February 2019 – Thursday 23 May 2019

Anya Lewin: More than Stories: A Film Trilogy

John Hansard Gallery, 142-144 Above Bar Street, Southampton SO14 7DU

Saturday 16 February 2019 – Saturday 04 May 2019

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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