Salisbury Arts Centre

Salisbury Arts Centre
Bedwin Street




01722 321744

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We believe that the arts make life better and that everyone should have the opportunity to experience them.

We regularly offer free activities – from Live Lunches to Family Festivals - so people can try things without worrying about money.

We know everybody likes different things. We love that individuality and we make it our business to offer a diverse programme to appeal to varying tastes. We realise not everyone will love everything we do but we don’t think that’s a bad thing. We’re confident you’ll like something.

We take pride in being brave enough to show things that are challenging. If it gets people thinking and talking, we think that’s positive!

Like all businesses and organisations we have specific focuses to drive us forwards: nurturing young people, encouraging participation through workshops and discussion, and keeping up with the digital era with filmmaking, photography and more. To keep these moving we have a number of projects, which you can read all about in Creative Projects.

Venue Type:

Gallery, Artist studio or collective

Opening hours

Dependent on exhibitions and events.

Admission charges

Dependent on exhibitions and events.

Exhibition details are listed below, you may need to scroll down to see them all.

Virtual Worlds

  • 14 November — 21 December 2014 *on now

A digital exhibition uniting three artists who connect real and virtual worlds.

The artworks create bridges from online activities in Second Life and geocaching into the gallery and wider community.

Olu Taiwo's 'Moving Gravity' installation is the culmination of his recent research into performance and has been created specifically for Salisbury Arts Centre.

'Engines of Difference' by Jackie Calderwood and Lynne Heller is a re-working of a project created by Dubai's International Symposium of Electronic Art and includes comic books and videos.

Suitable for

  • Family friendly