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Artistic Legacy Set to Thrive in the Heart of Cheltenham

In the first partnership of its kind, the University of Gloucestershire is joining forces with the Cheltenham Art Gallery and Museum (CAGM) to create a new venue for the Summerfield Gallery in the heart of the town.

Treasures of Gloucestershire at Chorley's in July

‘Treasures of Gloucestershire' is to be held in Chorley's Upper Gallery at Prinknash Abbey Park, Gloucestershire GL4 8EU over the weekend 7th - 8th July 2012. Hosted by The Honourable Company of Gloucestershire, the exhibition aims to raise funds for Cheltenham Art Gallery and Museum, currently undergoing a multi-million pound redevelopment.

The Focus is on Ceramics at Chorley's next sale

Ceramics form the focus of Chorley's forthcoming sale on Thursday 28th June 2012 and one of the major highlights is a Chinese medallion bowl (Lot 409).

Putting Life On the Big Screen

From Lebanon to South Africa, Freya Billington's passion for film-making is inspiring young people in troubled communities around the world.

The Course Leader in Film Production at the University of Gloucestershire has led workshops in the refugee camps of Tyre, Lebanon, last November and in South Africa's Finetown township this April.

Painting in Watercolour with David Birch at the Cotswold House Hotel,Chipping Campden

Painting in Watercolour Workshop with David Birch at the Cotswold House Hotel, Chipping Campden on Tuesday 19th June 2012.

Chastleton Village Fete - the first one for eighty years

Chastleton House, the picturesque National Trust Jacobean manor house nestled in the north west corner of Oxfordshire is hosting the Chastleton village fete on Sunday 10th June from 1pm until 5pm.

Multi-prize-winning young artist to hold solo show in leading gallery

One of the UK's brightest young artists is holding his first solo exhibition this
June at the Fosse Gallery in Stow-on-the-Wold.
Michael de Bono is a self-taught painter living in Wales. Still only in his 20s
and notoriously publicity shy, he has nevertheless already exhibited with
several prominent national institutions including the Royal Society of Portrait

Olympics pop up in craft show; You can't get away from the Olympics

Everybody is talking about the Olympics. Have you got tickets? Is the torch coming to your town? And the people of Chipping Campden have a special reason to be interested: Campden was where the Olympic Games started, with Robert Dover's Olimpick Games, first held on Dover's Hill above the town, four hundred years ago. The London bid for the Olympics included a reference to this centenary.

New displays open at Court Barn Museum, Chipping Campden

Visitors will be delighted by the new displays at Court Barn which will be inaugurated on Friday 25 May. On display will be pieces by the radical late nineteenth/early 20th century Arts & Crafts designer C.R. Ashbee including a magnificent silver presentation piece, a classic designed muffin dish and some beautiful pieces of jewellery which have never been on public display before.

The University of Gloucestershire Annual Degree Show Arrives in Cheltenham

Saturday 26 May - Thursday 31 May, 10am-4pm (free admission)

University of Gloucestershire, Centre for Art and Photography, Hardwick Campus, St Paul's Road, Cheltenham, GL50 4BS and Francis Close Hall Campus, St Paul's Road, Cheltenham, GL50 4AZ

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