This is an open exhibition to celebrate the joys of the seaside and warm summer days. It is a vibrant and colourful exhibition, which runs from 4th to 30th August.


Change Matters: SAC Exhibition featuring works by Sian Martin, Pauline Lerry & Lesley Roberts.

Attitudes, Platitudes & Gratitude – Porcelain & Clay Exhibition by Cara MacCallum-Hills

Clay is an extension of my being, I cannot imagine my life without it. I am constantly evaluating things I see, people I engage with, paths I walk along, a smile, the fold in an armpit, or the angle of their foot, committing these small details to memory for a future work. I use clay to express my emotions, to delve into my psyche and explore social and communal emotions of self. I have developed a range of works that co-exist with my love of aromatherapy and all things smelly! This range reflects the above explorations with a functional range of soap dishes, incense and oil burners.


Chandos Society 60th Anniversary Exhibition

The Chandos Society was formed by members of Bridgwater Arts Centre in 1961. This exhibition running from 5th October to 19th November is a celebration of our diamond anniversary. The Members of the Chandos Society come from the local area of Somerset and there is always a great variety of excellent work in all areas of the arts.

Arts Society of Somerset, young artists competition Exhibition.

The Arts Society in Somerset are running a competition for local young artists to make art from recycled materials of all sorts. The works will be exhibited in the Arts Centre from 23rd November to 7th December. A winner will be chosen from the entries and a presentation made at the Arts Centre



We have put in place some additional measures for your safety and the safety of our staff.

Contact tracing
When you arrive in the gallery we will ask for details of how to contact you should an infection be reported. This is in line with the national contact tracing policy and the information will be destroyed after 21 days and not used for any other purpose.

Face coverings
For your safety and the safety of other visitors and staff we request that you wear a face covering during your visit at your discretion; this follows current government guidelines. If you’re feeling unwell or if you or anyone you live with displays symptoms associated with COVID-19, please delay your visit until it is safe to do so.

Hand sanitiser
Hand sanitiser will be available at the entry to the gallery and other locations for your use.

The exterior door to the building will remain open and windows opened where possible to facilitate maximum air flow.

We thank you in anticipation of your understanding and cooperation, and hope you enjoy your visit.