Exhibitions and Events

TheGallery showcases work by contemporary artists and designers from around the world, including collections on loan from major galleries and museums.

By delivering an exciting portfolio of exhibitions, events, and projects within the university, we seek to enhance the cultural capital of students, staff and alumni whilst also providing a public platform for the arts within the sub-region.

Our portfolio includes artwork on long term loan from the Arts Council Collection and private collections in addition to managing AUB’s own art collection.

Running alongside TheGallery’s main exhibition programme is our Off-Site Arts Programme at Westbeach. We also run a number of artist talks, panel discussions and other events to support the exhibition programme.

Take a look below to see more information about our current, upcoming and touring exhibitions.

Trinity Buoy Wharf Drawing Prize 2018

Exhibition from at TheGallery

Exhibition hang at AUB curated by Violet M. McClean

22 November 2018 – 10 January 2019

Touring exhibitions

Many of our exhibitions at TheGallery go on to tour in other venues across the country. You can find out more about where the following exhibitions are currently on display below.

Touring exhibition – Lucienne Day: Living Design

Exhibition from at Other locations (Touring)

A touring exhibition celebrating the birth and design legacy of one of Britain’s most influential textile designers, Lucienne Day. Curated by Professor Emma Hunt and Dr. Paula Day.

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Touring exhibition – Re-animating The Snowman

Exhibition from at Other locations (Touring)

*Please note, this exhibition is currently unavailable*

TheGallery and AUB touring exhibition

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Touring Exhibition – Black Mirror: Magic in Art

Exhibition from at Other locations (Touring)

This exhibition explores the influences and roles of the magical in art. Through a multi-disciplined curatorial approach of 2D; 3D; film; video and performance art, the exhibition will challenge the idea of how enchantment and the occult have been...

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