Committed to engaging with young people, the gallery devise and deliver a series of workshops complimenting the varied exhibitions programme. We are also happy to visit your school with pieces from the collection, and work with students offering a curatorial point of view.
If you are researching a project or looking for inspiration, individual or group visits can be arranged in advance to explore the gallery’s collection.
Guided tours of current exhibitions can be arranged, and where possible, we offer talks based around our collection.
If you have any other ideas about working with the gallery, we would love to hear from you.
Leading on Learn at the Gallery is Briony Adams who began her career in the arts & heritage sector over 10 years ago, which includes time working at Brighton Museum, V&A, Arts Council, Crafts Council, Design History Society and most recently at The Mayflower Theatre, Southampton. Her professional interests include social history and arts education. More recently she has been devoting time to her home, husband and two young children.
By volunteering at the Gallery, Briony will be helping to promote the decorative arts and crafts and art education in Salisbury.