Exhibitions and Displays

Exhibition and Display Venues – Members have the opportunity to exhibit and sell their work at the following venues

The Hub, St Andrews Square
MAPP, the company that manages St Andrews Square, has opened a community Hub. Droitwich Arts Network is supporting MAPP by creating a welcoming environment including various forms of art. The Hub is open on Fridays, and Saturdays, between 10am and 3.30pm. We hope to also open on an extra day each week from September 2021.
Contact Rhys Jones email: rhys@photomaestr.co.uk

Park’s Café, 4 Victoria Square, Droitwich Spa
There is a space available for approx. 17 pictures. Hanging hooks are provided. Take down/set up time is after 3pm, according to schedule. Artists’ work is regularly sold at the venue and we ask that artists make a contribution of £20 per month. Click here to see the forward schedule.
Contact Chris Walker on chrisndonwalker@btinternet.com

Button Tree Café, 1 Tagwell Road, Droitwich
There is space for about 5 pieces (no larger than A3). The changeover is after 3pm to avoid busy times. The exhibition is changed on a monthly basis. Click here to see the forward schedule.
Contact Chris Walker on chrisndonwalker@btinternet.com

Virtual Exhibitions
During the lockdowns we created two Virtual Exhibitions.


In previous years we have held exhibitions and displays at:

Hanbury Hall (The Long Gallery)
The annual exhibition at the Long Gallery at Hanbury Hall is one of the premier events in the Droitwich Arts Network calendar. Set in the magnificent and historic National Trust property, it attracts a large number of visitors and provides a prestigious backdrop to local talent. We have exhibited about 70 works by local artists (all members of Droitwich Arts Network), spanning across a range of artistic areas including painting, textiles and poetry. The majority of work is for sale, with greetings cards and mounted works also available. 

Droitwich Library (The Gallery Room)
In recent years we have held a month long exhibition in the Gallery Room at Droitwich library. Members of Droitwich Arts Network are represented with their paintings, textiles, photography and mixed media artworks. No matter what media has been used, displayed artworks have been inspired by the artist’s passion, curiosity, and imagination. Variety of styles, from traditional watercolours to mixed media abstraction and assemblage, shows the true potential of the local art scene. 

Droitwich Library, Victoria Square, Droitwich Spa
There is space for 3 or 4 medium sized pictures on the ground floor. Table easels are provided, but it is entirely up to the artist how space is used. Take down/set up is on Saturdays.