Our Festive Shop is open Wednesday and Saturday – in case you missed the Wayzgoose Print Fair, or want to stock up on hand printed goodies and other creative gifts. Items from the current group exhibition can be taken away on purchase too.
Holly Chadd’s exhibition ‘One For The Road’ brings together recent sculptures and 2D works, exploring the things we put our faith in today. These shrine-like works aim to bring some light in to November’s dull days and long nights.
September brings powerful female energy to our street as Sarina Mantle shows her beautiful, colourful paintings in our windows gallery.
Our exhibition during the Electric Medway festival (19-28 August) showcases a collection of new digital illustrations in the style of steampunk, cyberpunk and neon-wave, created by an artificial intelligence bot. A glimpse of how a machine views the world.
It’s the return of the annual Medway Open Studios & Arts Festival (MOSAF), time to fling open our doors at INTRA and welcome you in again to have a nose around our workspaces.
Artist and illustrator Nick Morley aka Linocutboy is a regular visiting tutor at Intra Arts, but through June we’re excited to host an exhibition of his wonderful large linocuts as well. The show runs from 3 – 30 June 2022 and is timed to coincide with Medway Print Festival.
Through April 2022 we were proud to host an exhibition of photographic portraits by Chris Floyd and Denis Robinson – to celebrate Transgender Day of Visibility.
Throughout March we are delighted to be showing recent drawings, ceramics and sculpture by Rachael House – work to buoy us up in difficult times. ‘Resistance and Repair’ – we need both.
An exhibition of magic lantern apparitions by Nicole Mollett and Frog Morris is lighting up our January windows at INTRA. The show mixes antique glass slides with modern imagery, humour and live audience interaction, a playful take on the dark and twisty moods lurking in corners at a murky time of year.
For December we have two amazing exhibitions in our windows: David O’Mara’s photography, collage and handmade books, and photos from Nye Martin’s 1980s archive celebrating Gillingham Skatepark’s skateboarding and BMX community.