Hillary Taylor exhibition as part of Herts Open Studios, From 7th-29th September 2019, Herts Open Studios again brings artists, artisans and art-lovers together. 3 weeks of inspiration, discovery and rich opportunity, bring art into the heart of our communities across Hertfordshire
Trestle Theatre Company in partnership with St Albans Museum + Gallery and St Albans Central Library will join hundreds of Fun Palaces nationally and internationally set to explode with free and fun activities for all.
This year our Fun Palace will take place at both the St Albans Museum + Gallery and the St Albans Library simultaneously! If you are interested in supporting the event please email email@example.com to find out how to get involved.
Bob is a freelance illustrator, animator and art tutor from St Albans, running regular Life drawing groups at Trestle every month.
Reaching the Summit is all about attaining our dreams and more importantly our journey through life, conquering our own personal mountain. This exhibition will take you through Emma's journey so far and she hopes to spark inspiration for others to go out and seek adventures of their own!
To begin the new year, the Gallery Café is showcasing a collection of work from the Arts on Prescription groups of South Oxhey, which is in the Three Rivers district of Hertfordshire.
November 9th 2018 to January 4th 2019. An exhibition of new paper collage work by Kathryn Holt.
Over the last year Kathryn has been creating a stock of painted papers to provide a vibrant palette of colour and texture for use in her collages.
A cultural project celebrating the life and works of I.K Dairo and commemorating the 55th anniversary of his receipt of the MBE, the only African to achieve such an honour, for his services to music in Africa and the commonwealth.
Herts Open Studios 2018 | Flea Cooke, Jo Stapleton and Linda Brown
Trestle welcomes through its doors an exhibition bringing together the work of three distinctive female artists under the banner of Hertfordshire Visual Arts 2018 Open Studios. Working across different mediums, what unites these artists is their hands-on craft-based approached, applying specialist skills and techniques to create unique pieces of art/work.
Arts on Prescription works with local charities and organisations to bring arts activities, as a form of creative intervention, into the lives of mental health sufferers in the district. This exhibition celebrates the vibrant and diverse art work created by the current Arts on Prescription group at Mind in Mid Herts.
Saturday 10 March – Thursday 3 May 2018
At Trestle, we are passionate about supporting newly emerging local artists and giving them a platform for their creativity, so this Spring time we welcome Billie Richardson, a local artist into the Gallery Café for her first exhibition as a solo artist!