Art & Exhibitions 

Find out where to see the best Art Exhibitions in The South of England and East Anglia, from famous paintings to the latest contemporary works. Featuring some of the finest Art & Exhibitions in the country.

We would like to remind all readers to always confirm event details directly with the event’s organisers.


Art & Action: Making Change in Victorian Britain

17/10/2020 – 21/03/2021 @ Watts Gallery – Artists’- Village

Pre-booking required for timed admission.  Can art change the future? In the nineteenth century, Victorian artists, viewers, and critics increasingly began to believe it could. Opening on 17 November 2020, Art & Action: Making Change in Victorian Britain will be the first exhibition to focus on the Victorian roots of art activism.  From the 1840s, […]

Winter Holiday

02/12/2020 – 03/12/2021 @ Watts Gallery – Artists’- Village

Admission | Under 18s free Pre-booking required for timed admission Enjoy a festive and creative family day out with a visit to Watts Gallery – Artists’ Village, including our Historic Galleries and latest exhibition, Art & Action: Making Change in Victorian Britain. Don’t forget to pick up a Make-Kit, take your photograph in front of our […]

Jo Fairfax: Play

23/01/2021 – 16/05/2021 @ The National Centre for Craft & Design

This specially commissioned exhibition will present past and new works by interdisciplinary artist Jo Fairfax. Jo extracts current technological principles and weaves them into his projects, bringing a sense of the human touch to wonderful technology. Working as a public artist since 1995, his practice includes mechanical works, light, poetry machines, interactive film projections and […]

Online Gallery

01/03/2021 – 30/04/2021 @

This exhibition, FACING FORWARD is the first to be presented in our Online Gallery. It was originally mounted in The Gallery at Parndon Mill last February but after less than two very successful weeks it had to close for lockdown. It is now available again, presenting portraits by artists each having a very different approach. […]

Online Gallery

03/03/2021 – 02/05/2021 @

This exhibition, FACING FORWARD is the first to be presented in our Online Gallery. It was originally mounted in The Gallery at Parndon Mill last February but after less than two very successful weeks it had to close for lockdown. It is now available again, presenting portraits by artists each having a very different approach. […]

Online Gallery

04/03/2021 @

An Online Gallery is now being presented by The Gallery at Parndon Mill for all those who enjoy the arts and miss the exhibitions there. The fine arts are represented as well as skilled craft work in many different styles and media – an array of artworks which are a delight to view and a […]

Online Gallery

05/03/2021 – 04/05/2021 @

This exhibition, FACING FORWARD is the first to be presented in our Online Gallery. It was originally mounted in The Gallery at Parndon Mill last February but after less than two very successful weeks it had to close for lockdown. It is now available again, presenting portraits by artists each having a very different approach. […]

Online Gallery

05/03/2021 @

An Online Gallery is now being presented by The Gallery at Parndon Mill for all those who enjoy the arts and miss the exhibitions there. The fine arts are represented as well as skilled craft work in many different styles and media – an array of artworks which are a delight to view and a […]

Online Gallery

06/03/2021 @

An Online Gallery is now being presented by The Gallery at Parndon Mill for all those who enjoy the arts and miss the exhibitions there. The fine arts are represented as well as skilled craft work in many different styles and media – an array of artworks which are a delight to view and a […]

Online Gallery

07/03/2021 – 06/05/2021 @

This exhibition, FACING FORWARD is the first to be presented in our Online Gallery. It was originally mounted in The Gallery at Parndon Mill last February but after less than two very successful weeks it had to close for lockdown. It is now available again, presenting portraits by artists each having a very different approach. […]