APT is a registered charity committed to promoting the value of creativity through the visual arts. Set up in 1995 by a group of artists to provide a home in South East London – in perpetuity. APT supports an exceptional resource and facility for artists and the wider community.
With the provision of secure studios and high quality exhibition space as a cornerstone, APT aims to foster an environment where creativity may flourish, forging links and collaborations with other professional bodies both locally, nationally and internationally.
8 The Old High Street
Kent CT20 1RL
Strange Cargo is a registered charity with a remit is to produce, develop, support and deliver high-quality participatory arts projects. The team at Strange Cargo are interested in people and believe in art for everyone.
In 1997, Strange Cargo found its base in Georges House, opening its doors permanently. Through subsidy from the company’s other earned income, they have continually exhibited fortnightly exhibitions supporting the advancement and careers of over 1000 artists.
Strange Cargo continues to develop and evolve its creative practice, actively embracing a cross art-form approach to its work, and always actively seeking other people’s involvement in the work they produce.
Sevenoaks Kaleidoscope Gallery
The Sevenoaks Kaleidoscope Gallery is a contemporary exhibition space run by Kent County Council to showcase new and experimental work. The gallery shows quality artwork to raise the profile of art in West Kent and provides the opportunity for the local community to experience diverse work. Situating the gallery under the same roof as the library and museum breaks down the traditional boundaries between these three cultural facilities.
1 Upper High Street Ipswich
Suffolk IP1 3NE
The Ipswich Art School gallery is the newest addition to Colchester and Ipswich Museums Service. The Art School Gallery shows exhibitions of international importance and provides a unique stage for local and regional artists to exhibit their work, showcasing the region’s artistic talents.
The Art School Gallery provides access to challenging and thought-provoking experiences from the world of art and over a range of media. The major focus is on modern and contemporary collections.
With the support of the Arts Council England the gallery opened in summer 2010 with its inaugural show ‘The Saatchi Gallery at Ipswich Art School’.