Moretonhampstead - Dartmoor National Park
Moretonhampstead - Dartmoor National Park
Based in Moretonhampstead and one of Devon's most prominent Art Galleries, Green Hill is attracting the attention of some of the most respected South West Artists. Names such as Peter Randall-Page, Susan Derges, and Peter Stiles have become synonymous with Green Hill over the last five years having exhibited in the Gallery's large attractive contemporary space, and supported Green Hill’s developing programme.
Within this imaginatively converted former Primary School there is an Art Shop, and creative workspaces for hire, mixed use offices, a Youth Centre and Heritage Archive.
From Bronze Age settlements to this year’s carnival, you can explore Moretonhampstead’s rich heritage at Greenhill. Touch-screen presentations, visual materials and locally written books and pamphlets are on permanent display together with exhibitions in the gallery. If you would like help researching the history of local people and places, please look at the wealth of archive materials at Green Hill listed at www.moretonarchives.org.uk and some are also reproduced at www.moretonhampstead.org.uk. Use the contact tab on either website if you have any inquiries or would like to consult the archives in person. Please let us know also if you have any documents, photos or artefacts of local people and places that we could archive or make a copy for the archives.
Measuring just over 56 m² the exhibition space is contemporary, light and airy, offering a versatile backdrop for any installation. The adaptable hanging system is discrete and the lighting precise, allowing for subtlety and drama whether work is hung or freestanding.
The space is available for hire at certain times within the planned programme with curatorial assistance. PR and event previews can be organised. A new exhibition is held roughly every six weeks offering visitors a varied programme of contemporary visual art, explored through associated talks and presentations.
Green Hill reinforces its presence in the community by regularly drawing in local artists; an annual 'Local Open' showcases work from around Dartmoor. The aim is to stimulate curiosity through Art which captures the imagination and allows exposure to new mediums and genres.
We have some light airy studios available for lease for 3 or 6 month periods at Green Hill. The studios are on low-cost, easy in/easy out terms with stand alone workspace. We have a vibrant active artistic community here at Green Hill and are always looking for other artists/crafts people to join us. There are opportunities to show your work when you take on a studio and to have open studio sessions.
We also have office space for creative industries available to let at Green Hill too. Why not join our new, mixed use community development based in Moretonhampstead with our active, resident arts and crafts community. Get in touch via our contact page to check room specifications, availability and prices.
We represent artists across a wide spectrum and pride ourselves on being committed to trends and the development of new talent as well as working with established artists with distinguished reputations such as:
Clive Bowen, Penny Simpson, Susan Derges, Peter Randall Page, Danny Holmes Adams, Nicholas White, Trevor Felcey, Sabine Nemet, Taja, Yuli Somme, Bethan Jones, Keith Smith, Miriam Boy, Angharad Barlow, Sally Hinchliffe, Keith Smith, Sue Deakin, Anita Reynolds, Isabel Merrick, Doug Fitch to name just a few!
We welcome new artists both in our gallery shop and in the exhibition space. Interested artists should contact Georgiana on email@example.com.
Whether you have a real passion for the Arts or simply enjoy being in a creative, inspiring and fun environment then volunteering at Green Hill could be just right for you.
We have a small and friendly team who keep our gallery alive - the main proportion of staff at Green Hill are voluntary, giving up their time to assist in the smooth running of the gallery, managing everything from welcoming visitors, serving customers, helping at events and talking to our visitors!
Volunteers benefit from:
Whatever help you can give you will feel a valued part of the team where ever your interests and skills lie - call in to the gallery to find out more or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Full volunteer training is given and an option to shadow an existing team member is also offered.
Another way to support us is to become a Friend.
Becoming a Friend will ensure our ongoing success. Your contributions will help support our developing programme of quality exhibitions and lively related events and workshops.
You can become part of an expanding community of enthusiasts helping us grow and be recognised for celebrating and developing the arts and heritage.
Annual subscriptions for an Individual Friend is £20.00, Joint Friends (at one address) is £35.00 and Student Friends £10.00.
Friends benefit from: