Unseen: Photographs by Kurt Schroeder - Talk with Young Curator Georgia Williams
Join us for a special session with exhibition Curator Georgia Williams. Georgia is currently Director and Curator at artist led gallery
Join us for a special session with exhibition Curator Georgia Williams. Georgia is currently Director and Curator at artist led gallery 160 at Barton. She specialises in Photography, gaining a BA Photography in 2016 as well as MA in Art History & Curating in 2021.
Unseen: Photographs by Kurt Schroeder is the first exhibition from this astonishing Gloucester photographer. Stunning work showing people and places of Gloucester in a new light.
This is a free talk but please book here to secure your space.
Voices Gloucester is committed to ensuring that the projects and events that we organise and support, contribute to the environmental wellbeing of Gloucester. Where possible please use public transport to attend this event.
By train: Gloucester train station is approximately a 10 minute walk. The Station is part of several major lines including Cardiff Central, Birmingham New Street and London Paddington. Regular services run to and from Gloucester throughout the day. For more information please visit www.nationalrail.co.uk or call 08457 48 49 50.
By bus: the “Picturedrome Theatre” bus stop is opposite the venue and serviced by buses 1, 2 and 2A. For more information visit www.stagecoachbus.com. Opposite the train station is the bus station which connects main bus routes from cheltenham and around Gloucestershire.
By bike: There is a rail outside of the theatre on which you can lock your bike, but alternative bikes can be held in the space during visits.
By car: Parking is available at nearby Asda or GL1 Leisure Centre (15min walk). Both are free for two hours and paid beyond this. Alternatively there is a pay and display car park behind the venue on Vauxhaul Road.
160 on Barton
Picturedrome, 162 - 166 Barton St
(Saturday) 3:00pm - 4:00pm
Contemporary History (1945 - Present Day)
Medieval History (c.410 - 1485)
Prehistory (Before AD43)
Roman History (AD43 - c.410)
Tudors, Stuarts & Georgian History (1485 - 1837)
Victorian History (1837-1901)
160 on Barton
20 St Mark Street
2nd floor, Kings House
Gloucestershire Heritage Hub
Llanthony Secunda Priory
Outside Eastgate Shopping Centre
St Mary de Crypt Church
The Folk, Bishop Hooper’s House
The Friendship Cafe
The Lady Chapel
The Music Works
Various, pick up a map from the Cathedral Quarter shop
Wheatstone Hall @ Museum of Gloucester
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