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.
23 June - 31 July: Women dancing with Gaia: feminist theological visions
This exhibition arises from the Cosmic Walk project, an attempt by the Institute for Theological Partnerships (ITP) to place the Divine on a wider canvas, seeing women as agents within the evolutionary process. The contributing artists are Megan Clay, Jill Coughman, Angie Devereux, Annette Esser, Deborah Ireland, Jana-Faye Jakumeit, Christine Kinsey, Heiki Knops, Eilean Lavelle and Rhian Jones.
Image: The Dance Begins
On Friday 23 June there will be an exhibition opening reception, from 6 pm in The Link Gallery. At 7 pm there will be presentations from contributing artist Dr Megan Clay and composer Dr Elizabeth Ursic. If you would like to attend, email Joanna Wilson.
11 May - 15 June: Shared Spaces
This exhibition brings together artists of different faiths, celebrating themes of religious diversity, spirituality, cultural legacies and diaspora, through a range of media. The exhibition, which will be accompanied by a programme of talks and workshops, including an Islamic Art workshop, is curated by Rebecca Bellamy from the University's Centre for Religion, Reconciliation and Peace. A celebratory reception will be held on 31 May, followed by a dialogue on women, faith and art. For more information and to express your interest in attending the reception, email Rebecca.
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.