The Gallery at The Beehive

The Beehive Gallery

We aim to have a continuing programme of art and photographic exhibitions displayed in the spacious Beehive gallery area which leads to the auditorium. It is the intention of The Beehive to promote high-quality semi-professional and professional visual artwork from within and beyond the town of Honiton. The exhibition space provides the local amateur visual arts community with an opportunity to exhibit and sell their work in a vibrant art centre setting at a low cost to community groups and charitable organisations.

To enquire about exhibiting please email: carolinesteggles@beehivehoniton.co.uk

What’s On

11 – 22 NOV 2019 JAMES RAVILIOUS PHOTO EXHIBITION
Life in rural Devon over a twenty-year period starting in the early 1970s. Courtesy of the Beaford Archive.

2 – DEC 2019 PHIL CREEK EXHIBITION
Paintings inspired by the landscapes, seascapes and townscapes of the South West.

Interested in Exhibiting?

The Beehive programmes art exhibitions from blocks of two weeks to four weeks. The gallery space has a modern hanging system and adjustable lighting.

Features:

CCTV security, fully alarmed, reception staffed during opening hours.

Convenient parking for exhibition visitors

Contemporary hanging system and adjustable lighting

13A wall sockets on both walls

Bar area/crockery/glasses available for private views

The gallery runs North/South so the exhibition walls face East/West.

Overall dimensions:

Length 16.2m / Width 4.7m hanging rails on both walls, however, there are windows on East side and a door on the West.

The hire charge for the gallery is £30 per week or 20% of gross sales whichever is higher.

For community groups or charities, the fee is reduced to half the fee at £15 per week.

There is a minimum hire of two weeks for any booking.

If you are an artist or group of artists/photographers interested in exhibiting at The Beehive please contact Caroline Steggles for further details and to arrange a visit.

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