Working for Artists in Hertfordshire for over 60 years
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Time, Traces & Transformations Exhibition 18th May – 25th June. Private View 21st May from 2-4pm.
This exhibition brings together six multi-disciplinary artists who met at Digswell Arts Studios inHertfordshire. Each artist embraces and...
‘Naive Confidence II – In Celebration of Trees’ Exhibition featuring new work by artist Sue Pilborough
'Naive Confidence II - In Celebration of Trees' is Sue Pilborough's new exhibition, opening at the Fenners Gallery in Letchworth Garden...
A Corner of the Field of Mars, 18 November – 21 December 2022
The group exhibition, ‘A Corner of the Field of Mars’ is in support of victims of the war in Ukraine, with all proceeds from sales going to the British Red Cross Ukraine Crisis Appeal.
It has been curated by Veronika Peat working in partnership with Broadway Gallery.
Above Below and Long Ago
Above Below and Long Ago’ is published on the 13th October by Wayland - written by science and wildlife author Michael...
The Big Knit Installation is the outcome from a summer community project that DAT fellow Sue Pilborough ran in...
Stuart Jone’s ‘New Paintings’ solo exhibition at the Fenners Gallery over the weekend of the 5th and 6th November 2022
Over the weekend of the 5th and 6th November 2022, Stuart Jones will be holding a solo exhibition of new paintings in the Fenners Gallery in Letchworth.
Digswell Arts Fellows and Alumni feature in Broadway Gallery’s 2nd ‘Letchworth Open’ Exhibition 2022
The Letchworth Open is the Broadway Gallery’s annual celebration of visual arts in Letchworth. It provides an opportunity for anyone in the region, from all ages, abilities and career levels, to become an exhibited artist in our beautiful Broadway Gallery.
Jane Bottery selected for the Trinity Buoy Wharf Drawing Prize 2022
Digswell Arts Trust fellow Jane Bottery has been selected for the Trinity Buoy Wharf Drawing Prize 2022. The...
Death Dreams & Desire
We are a collective of five working artists who meet regularly to share and discuss the progress of our work. Through doing so we have identified a number of common themes; memory, loss, re-emergence and return. These are expressed by each of us through a variety of concepts and techniques. Our practices include drawing, painting and printmaking; sculpture; photography and film;
documentation, installation and live art.
What is the Digswell Arts?
Digswell Arts is Hertfordshire’s leading studios for contemporary artists. We are home to over 30 creatives at our sites in Letchworth and Digswell.