Craft Programme

Display your work with us!


The Craft Programme is our programme of cabinet and gallery displays which offers artists the opportunity to display contemporary craft and design work. It gives artists the chance to sell work and promote their skills in multiple locations with flexibility and ease. 

If you are interested in exhibiting in The Craft Programme, please contact us.


Current Programme: 

SHED Heads - Craft display

On display until Wednesday 12th July 2017


The SHED Heads are our home-grown community of artists who work and create at Greenfield Arts, producing a programme of displays which host contemporary craft artwork for sale. They also share their skills back with the community through workshops and events. For more information on becoming a SHED Head or using our facilties to produce creative work, please contact us.

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Coming Soon: 

Greenfield Community College - Annual Showcase

Thursday 29th June - Wednesday 12th July 2017 and Monday 17th July - Wednesday 26th July

Celebration Night – Wednesday 28th June 2017, 6pm – 8pm


Showcasing the fantastic work of students studying for GCSEs in Visual Arts at Greenfield Community College – including sculpture, photography and graphics. This is a brilliant opportunity for students to see their creative work in a professional gallery environment as well as a chance for staff to highlight their skills and praise their achievements.

As part of a wider initiative to engage young people in the gallery, we will be hosting free interactive workshops enabling students a place to voice their opinion about how they would like to use the gallery space. This will occur in the lead up to the GCSE show, which opens on Thursday 29th June, and inform part of a secondary exhibition curated by Greenfield Community College students, open from Monday 17th July – Wednesday 26th July.

Greenfield Arts has been working with five year 11 art students to better understand what it is students would like from the gallery and the opportunities it offers. It has therefore been a very organic process, with students having space to see art, experience art workshops, deliver workshops and share information with other students. As a result of this process, the students have given themselves the task of curating one final exhibition as part of their GCSE year, offering graduate and aspiring artists a professional space to exhibit, something that is very hard to come by.

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