Margaret Harvey Gallery - University of Hertfordshire Galleries

Margaret Harvey Gallery - University of Hertfordshire Galleries
Margaret Harvey Gallery
University of Hertfordshire Galleries
7 Hatfield Road
St Albans
Hertfordshire
AL1 3RR
England

Website

www.go.herts.ac.uk/uhgalleries

www.herts.ac.uk/artsandgalleries

E-mail

University of Hertfordshire Galleries

uhgalleries@herts.ac.uk

Telephone

University of Hertfordshire Galleries

01707 284290

Fax

University of Hertfordshire Galleries

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The Gallery enjoys a ‘shop front’ location in the centre of St Albans, a busy market town 20 minutes by train from central London.

The gallery is a 99.8 square metres, a flexible white cube space. The gallery shows a changing programme of contemporary art in a variety of media. It is also the location for the annual Christmas Open exhibition organised by UH Galleries in cooperation with St Albans District Council, Welwyn Hatfield Council and Hertfordshire County Council, which is open to all artists living or working in Hertfordshire and alumni of the University.

Venue Type:

Gallery

Opening hours

Wed-Sat 12.30pm - 5.30pm

Closed: Sun, Mon & Tues

Admission charges

Free

Additional info

Parking: Please note there is no public parking (except for disabled visitors) at the Margaret Harvey Gallery and general parking in St Albans is severely restricted during working hours. Visitors are encouraged therefore to travel to the gallery by public transport.

Collection details

Decorative and Applied Art, Design, Film and Media, Fine Art, Photography

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What's In A Building?

http://www.hertfordshirefilmconsortium.co.uk/content/downloads/Herts%20Education%20Leaflet%20A&G.pdf

A key characteristic of Modernist architecture was that 'form should follow function', in that a building's look should be determined by what it will be used for and what it is made from. Young people will be asked to take on the role of architect using a range of model making materials such as foam board, card and balsa wood to build their own architects' models of a building they have designed, having first considered what its use will be. Suitable for KS 1, 2 and 3 with advanced facilitators for KS 4 and A-Level students.

How to obtain

This workshop costs £6 per person. For more information and to book, contact Martin Russell on 01707 286513 or email m.russell@herts.ac.uk

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