The Anchor Gallery aspires to be a cultural outpost in Birmingham to present events, workshops and seminars in the arts; provide a meeting, working and relaxing place for residents and travellers in the arts; develop an Artists In Residence programme; and create and display art and cultural exhibits in a warm, friendly, comfortable environment.
The Anchor Gallery, Peel & Stone, 374 High Street, Harborne, Birmingham, United Kingdom
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Tuesday – Friday open 9am – 6pm
Serving Breakfast, Lunch, Bread and Cakes
Saturday open 9am -4pm
Serving Brunch, Lunch, Bread and a bigger weekend selection of Cakes
FREE WIFI available
February 16th, 6-9pm, Anchor Gallery at Peel & Stone, Harborne, 374 High Street, Birmingham, B17 9PY
Five new solo exhibitions of art by five female artists
16th February 2018 exhibition opening party 6-9 pm is now full to capacity and all bookings via EventBrite are sold out. Because of this we have arranged an afternoon session with a curator tomorrow, Sat 17th Feb between 3-4pm. Talk and guided view. Just turn up. No need to book @AnchorGallery @ps_harborne
The Anchor Gallery is an arts platform representing independent artists and writers with a connection to Birmingham and the West Midlands. The Anchor Gallery is an independent exhibitor, collective organisation and event that can move from Space to Space.
The Anchor Gallery aspires to create a grassroots arts and cultural center in Birmingham conceived as a home for artists and their creative activity and organized as a conscious environment where local and visiting artists and intellectuals, their friends and followers can meet, relax and interact in a warm and sympathetic setting.
The Anchor Gallery is designed as a place for art lovers, book lovers, and music lovers of diverse tastes and backgrounds to gather, study, and share their cultural insights and experiences.
The Anchor Gallery hopes to provide a space for performances, lectures, workshops, classes, discussions, poetry readings, film screenings and other community-based cultural arts activities.
The Anchor Gallery will dedicate space for displaying art works, posters and photographs. The venue may also display archival materials from previous/other collections.
The Anchor Gallery project will be directed by Rachel Mayfield and a number of other friends and volunteers, who will act as on-site managers and curators of programming.
To keep in contact with all activities or to find out more about exhibiting, volunteering or joining in, please contact us direct at firstname.lastname@example.org