• University of Gloucestershire, Hardwick Campus, St Paul's Road, Cheltenham, Glos. GL50 4BS
    Opening hours: Monday - Friday 10am - 4pm (University term-time only).
    hardwickgallery@glos.ac.uk

  • Hardwick Campus is fully accessible.

    Parking is available on site and costs £2.00 daily before 5pm, and is free after 5pm.

    Hardwick Campus is easily reached on foot and by cycle from Cheltenham Spa railway station via the Honeybourne Line, a former railway track. Access the Honeybourne Line from the hump-back bridge across the road from the station carpark entrance, turn left at the the slipway and continue for 1.3 miles (25 mins walking, or 6 minutes cycling) until the sign for St Paul’s/St Peter’s on the left. Take the slipway down to St Paul’s Road and turn right at the end. Hardwick campus is the next turning right, approximately 20 metres away.

    The National Express coach brings you into Cheltenham town centre. From Royal Well bus station it is approximately 18 mins walk to Hardwick Campus.

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    Hardwick Gallery was established in 2014 within the refurbished Hardwick campus at the University of Gloucestershire. The gallery presents a public programme of exhibitions and residencies, artist talks and symposia, performances, panel discussions, conversations, gallery tours, networking events, and workshops.

    Exhibitions are selected by invitation, and periodically by open call, in collaboration with students from across the School of Art & Design. We are not currently seeking exhibition proposals – sign up to our mailing list (below) to receive information about forthcoming exhibitions, events and future opportunities. See our privacy policy below.

    The exhibition and event programme is curated by Sarah Bowden, founder of MEANTIME Project-Space. Hardwick Gallery’s programme continues MEANTIME’s commitment to artistic enquiry, exploring the possibilities of a new model of institution, combining education and research with an artist-led initiative to create a rigorous and experimental context for engagement in contemporary artistic practice.