Current & Upcoming Exhibitions

Celebrating City Arts 2019

CityArtsExhibition_photos Saturday 28 and Sun 29 September 2019
10am to 4pm each day.
Free to visit

A curated exhibition to celebrate our supporters and announce our charity status confirmation. Join us for this weekend where we showcase the work of local artists who teach with us and make possible what we offer to you day to day.  Enjoy their work and have an opportunity to chat about their work in a  relaxed manner throughout the weekend.
In addition, some of the pieces of the Stephenson Singleton collection will be on show, another opportunity to view this intriguing artist’s work.

This weekend is a fundraising weekend for City Arts and any purchase of artwork you make on the day will help us deliver our community art hub vision.

Newbury Art Collective 2019

NAC CITY ARTS 2019

Private View: Friday 15th March, 6pm – 8pm.
Exhibition: Saturday 16th March & Sunday 17th March, 10am – 5pm

The Newbury Art Collective ‘NAC’ invite you to their latest exhibition of work, by ten colourful and exuberant artists, each displaying their work in three very different spaces – within the unique setting of City Arts Newbury.

Join us for this weekend exhibition showcasing the work of 10 artists from the local area and beyond. For this show, Ben Honisett (photography, graphics and mixed media) and Isabel Carmona (watercolours and printmaking) are joined by ceramicists Christine Lack and Katherine Kingdon, painters Jon Mansfield , Laura Kirkpatric and Bruce Bamber and print makers Wendy Lloyd, Emma Green and Helen Naish.

Free Entry
Blue Badge Parking & Drop Off Only


Open Studios – May 2019

Open Studios Artist at City Arts Newbury

Weekends and Bank holidays during May 2019, 11am to 5pm

Free to visit.

As part of West Berkshire and North Hampshire Open Studios, City Arts welcomes artists Ben Honisett (photographer, digital and mix media artist), Caroline Moore (painter), Ross Buckner (illustrative drawing) and Antonia Dewhurst (painter) who are showing their latest work. Come in, browse and talk with the artists about their work, inspiration and techniques.