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The Winchester Gallery

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Building Financial Resilience for Later Life

This is a visual arts exhibition dedicated to exploring the intersections between ethnicity, financial security, and pension protection. It is the first public exhibition as part of our 3-year academic project funded by the Economic and Social Research Council’s Inclusive Ageing initiative, titled ‘Promoting inclusivity in pension protection and other forms of saving among men and women from black and minority ethnic communities in the UK: a mixed methods study’.

25th April 2024

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The Winchester Gallery

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Moving Colour – James Larter on Xylosynth

Join us this Saturday (13/04/23) at 2pm for our last day of Moving Colour, where renowned percussionist James Larter will be performing live.

13th April 2024
14:00—

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The Winchester Gallery

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Moving Colour

Exhibition closed for Easter Break 29/3/24–4/4/24. Moving Colour is a multi-disciplinary group exhibition exploring phenomenological qualities in formal aspects of colour. The idea of static colour and pattern conveying emotional space is not new, and yet artists to this day are mystified by the Rubik’s cube of the proposition. Each artist’s work in this exhibition demonstrates a unique explorative path to capture the seemingly moving magic of colour. 

7th March—13th April 2024

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The Winchester Gallery

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Queering Connections: Triangulation

30th January—25th February 2024
12:00—18:00

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The Winchester Gallery

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Ordinary Things

More than a century ago, Marcel Duchamp celebrated ordinary objects by putting them on pedestals in galleries. His playful engagement with the ‘museum effect’ — the extraordinary attention we’re expected to pay any object placed in an art gallery — suggested that art is an act of heightened awareness. In ‘Ordinary Things’, twenty-six artists at WSA transform everyday objects into complex meditations on what it means to be in the world.

2nd—25th November 2023
12:00—18:00

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The Winchester Gallery

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Foraging & Fermenting Ideas Workshop

This event presents a performative, participatory approach to public engagement in fluvial ecologies through artistic practice. Participants will be introduced to the Island of the Day Before project, followed by an outdoor tour of the surrounding Itchen River and Winnall Moors.

12th November 2023
14:00—18:00

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The Winchester Gallery

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WSA Painting Prize 2023

The new WSA Painting Prize celebrates outstanding painting practice at undergraduate level, culminating in an exhibition at the Winchester Gallery, University of Southampton in Autumn 2023.

25th September—21st October 2023
09:00—17:00

Degree Show
All Programmes

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MA Degree Show 2023

Winchester School of Art has the pleasure of inviting you to our MA Degree Show, showcasing work from the graduating students of our postgraduate programmes: MA Contemporary Curating, MA Fashion Design, MA Fine Art, and MA Textile Design.

7th—10th September 2023
12:00—18:00

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The Winchester Gallery

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More than a Thesis: Different Approaches to PGR Study

A collective group exhibition organised by Winchester School of Art (WSA) postgraduate research students was held in The Winchester Gallery between 29 June – 26 July 2023.

29th June—26th July 2023
11:00—17:00

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The Winchester Gallery

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Coming soon: WSA Painting Prize 2023

The new WSA Painting Prize celebrates outstanding painting practice at undergraduate level, culminating in an exhibition at the Winchester Gallery, University of Southampton in Autumn 2023. The inaugural 2023 contemporary art exhibition seeks to support and nurture innovative work from women artists in Greece and the UK in acknowledgement of the continued uner-representation of women artists worldwide.

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BA Games Design & Art

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Playing with the Climate Crisis

Playing with the Climate crisis is a 3 day table top gaming event in which you will hear talks, have a chance to participate in a climate game making workshop and be the first people in the world to play a pre-production copy of Daybreak.

13th—15th April 2023

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The Winchester Gallery

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Wastework

The Winchester Gallery presents WASTEWORK, a showcase of reusing & sustainable thinking. Featuring: John Walter, Donna Mitchell, Jasone Miranda Bilbao, Compound 13 Lab, Ian Dawson, Aqui Thami, Louisa Minkin, Sharmila Samant, Migueltzinta Solis, Andrea Mason, Ben Parry, Amanda Jobson, Marie-Louise Jones, Erika Trotzig Jefford Horrigan, Mario Rossi, Mia Taylor, Stephen Cornford, Ali Eales & Trinity Art Group.

6th March—15th April 2023
10:00—17:00

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WSA Library

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Bhajan Hunjan connecting with Maria Lucia Cattani

The Winchester Gallery is pleased to be showcasing the work of Bhajan Hunjan, the 2020 Artist in Residence at Projecto Maria Lucia Cattani, Brazil, where artists and curators are invited to celebrate the late Maria Lucia Cattani.

1st February—3rd March 2023
08:00—20:00

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The Winchester Gallery

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Queering Connections: Narielwalla // Dixon

The Winchester Gallery is pleased to be showcasing the third iteration of ‘Queering Connections' for Hormazd Narielwalla and Jeremy Dixon, represented in Winchester School of Art’s internationally renowned Artists’ Book Collection.

1st February—3rd March 2023
10:00—16:00

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The Winchester Gallery

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UK Exclusive: What Colour Is Metal?

The Winchester Gallery presents: What Colour is Metal? An exhibition that brings audiences on a journey of process, experimentation and mastery through the practice of 25 contemporary jewellers and silversmiths.

14th October—3rd December 2022
12:00—17:00

Degree Show
All Programmes

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MA Degree Show 2022

Winchester School of Art has the pleasure of inviting you to our MA Degree Show, showcasing work from the graduating students of our five postgraduate studio programmes.

8th—11th September 2022
11:00—18:00

The Winchester Gallery

The Winchester Gallery

The Winchester Gallery is Winchester School of Art's dedicated gallery and provides a unique space for the visual arts in the South East. The Gallery showcases work of staff, students, alumni, artists, designers and researchers from around the world.

Members: Prof. Louise Siddons, Shaun Cole, Sarah Roberts, Ian Dawson, Delia Crowe, Craig Wadman, Amy Scott-Pillow, Chenge Hu, Jennifa Ghazi