Surface Gallery now has an online shop! Can’t make it into the gallery, but want to make sure you get your hands on a copy of one of our limited edition exhibition catalogues or other goodies? Now you can!
Visit our shop here: surfacegallery.bigcartel.com
Support from Feral Sphere
Surface Gallery is delighted to announce that Feral Sphere will be donating 5% of each sale to the gallery over the next three years. This money will be used to enable the volunteers at Surface Gallery to do things that the organisation would normally be unable to fund, such as organising workshops, printing exhibition catalogues, and purchasing small items of equipment.
Feral Sphere sells simple, colourful clothing and accessories, hand-screenprinted onto sustainably produced materials.
Partnership with Springhead Brewery
From September 2013 Surface Gallery is teaming up with Springhead Brewery! Springhead’s tasty, locally produced beers will now be on offer at many of our private views and special events.
Visit Springhead’s website here.
To find out more about how you can help support the work Surface Gallery does, please visit our Support Us page.
Street Art Open Prizewinners
Surface Gallery is delighted to announce the prizewinners of the Street Art Open:
1. An exhibition at Bohunk Institute was won by BZAR www.flickr.com/photos/bzaruk
2. Montana Shop vouchers were won by Alex Rubes alexrubes.com
3. Limited edition tote bag design - this prize was awarded to two artists: Tim Shaw imagineillustration.com and Maxrock maxrockart.com
Well done to all the artists who took part in the show. We loved seeing your work and wish you all the best with future creative projects!
Surface Gallery receives funding from the Big Lottery Fund
Surface Gallery is delighted to announce that we have received funding from the Big Lottery Fund to enable the organisation to provide even greater support to the Nottingham arts scene, the local community and its hard working volunteers.
A total of £4070 was allocated to the gallery for upgrading its office systems and giving volunteers access to modern and efficient computer systems and software. The received funds will also enable Surface Gallery to extend the training offered to volunteers in areas such as digital marketing, arts funding, and community engagement.
This is fantastic news for Surface Gallery, and enables us to provide even better opportunities for our dedicated volunteers to develop important skills and knowledge in the arts industry and to deliver a higher standard of exhibitions and greater interaction with the art and local communities.
If you would like to find out more about how Surface Gallery is funded, please take a look at the Support Us section of our website.
Big Lottery Fund
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