Opened in 2001, The Link Gallery hosts exhibitions by contemporary artists from the local area and further afield. We aim to hold seven 6-week exhibitions each year, from solo to group shows.
5 April - 8 May 2017: Images of Research
innovative exhibition 'Images of Research' showcases the fascinating
research being undertaken by academics and PhD students across the
University of Winchester. Part of the University's Research and Engagement Week 2017, it is both a virtual and a physical display. The
research projects highlighted range from medieval lepers in Winchester
to peace-building in Myanmar, and from the plight of refugees to the
impact of the Prevent programme on primary schools.
Image: A day in the office, by Archaeology PhD student Barbara O'Neill, whose research focusses on the feminine divine in ancient Egypt.
7 - 28 March 2017: International Women’s Day exhibition
A collaborative exhibition of art work reflecting or inspired by International Women’s Day.
Image: Woman Soldier by Jess Wood
13 - 27 February 2017: The Gaze
This exhibition, curated by Yi Ting Tsai (Tina) and Man Wu (Amy), features the work of photographer Lee Yu Hung. It focusses on works undertaken over the last decade and is inspired by his travels around the world, during which Hung visited countries such as the United Kingdom, Iceland, Egypt, China, Cambodia and Indonesia. There he was struck by the small and sometimes strange details of local life.