Exhibitions at AirSpace gallery
Open Tuesday – Sunday, 12-5pm
AirSpace is a gallery, project space and studios, led by and run by artists. From their base in Stoke-on-Trent, they champion the artist and their work and advocate for a broader role for the arts in society.
Through a dynamic, critical and evolving programme of exhibitions, residencies, events, social and off-site projects, we provide opportunities and developmental support for artists across the career spectrum – delivering engaged and engaging contemporary visual arts. Working independently and with local and national partners, we mix frequent open calls with invites to ensure a vibrant and responsive programme.
AirSpace gallery will be home to William Cobbing’s exhibition Social Substance.
Travel & Parking
- 30-minute walk from Stoke-on-Trent train station
- 18-minute walk from All Saints Church
- An Uber or Taxi is £4-6 from Stoke-on-Trent train station
- Closest bus stop is J1, on John St
- AirSpace gallery is in Hanley’s Cultural Quarter on Broad Street
- There is free parking at the Tesco Hanley Extra car park for up to three hours
- There are paid public car parks close by at Clementsons Mill Car Park, Brakes Parking, Pall Mall Car Park, John Street Car Park and street parking on Broad Street
- Main access via gallery front doors on Broad St
- Ramp access to ground floor
- Toilets available on the ground floor
Social Substance at AirSpace gallery
William Cobbing presents a series of new video, sculpture, and performance, exploring a playful and ambiguous interaction between people immersed in mounds of formless clay.
Exhibitions at The Brampton Museum
The Brampton Museum will be home to Neil Brownsword’s exhibition Obsolescence and Renewal.
Exhibitions at All Saints Church
All Saints Church is our main hub and home to many of our 2023 Biennial exhibitions.
Exhibitions at The Potteries Museum & Art Gallery
The Potteries Museum & Art Gallery will be home to Osman Yousefzada’s exhibition Embodiments of Memory.