Alphabet

Michael Craig-Martin

UH Gallery at the Museum of St Albans

4th April - 15th June Free Admission

Michael Craig-Martin is one of the most influential British artists of recent decades. In Alphabet he has produced 26 screen-prints in which the letters of the alphabet are overlaid with everyday objects such as a book, a glass of water or an umbrella. For more information Click Here

 

Gadgets and Goggles

Ingenious Inventions and Steampunk Creativity

At the Museum of St Albans
gadgets
24th January - 13th April 2014.
Free Admission

An exhibition showcasing a selection of weird and wonderful inventions of the past 150 years.

 

Verulamium Shop

A new shop in partnership with the British Museum.

We have a new look shop at Verulamium Museum which has been developed in partnership with the British Museum, selling high quality souvenirs and books with affordable pocket money items for children.

Open Mon - Sat 10am - 5.30pm and Sun 2pm - 5.30pm.

 

 

New Museum and Gallery

St Albans City and District Council have agreed a development plan for the Museum of St Albans and Verulamium Museum.  

These plans are moving forward and we now have a detailed conservation statement on the history of the Old Town Hall.

In November 2012, we completed a summary of our Consultation and Community Engagement activities relating to the New Museum and Gallery project:

 

UH Galleries at The Museum of St Albans   

 The University of Hertfordshire Galleries’ space at the Museum of St Albans is located in the first room on the right as you enter the museum. UH Galleries holds five exhibitions per year in this space, including the annual Hertfordshire Open Exhibition.

UH Galleries are among the most innovative contemporary art spaces in the UK, and have been responsible for a programme of internationally successful and critically acclaimed exhibitions. With two dynamic galleries – one within the Museum of St Albans and the other, the Art and Design Gallery, located on the University’s College Lane campus in Hatfield – we present international contemporary art to the local community and wider audiences, in both traditional and challenging ways.

 Our Aims

UH Galleries aim to offer artists and makers from all disciplines in the early stages of their professional careers significant exhibition and associated publishing opportunities. We hope to provide local audiences with the opportunity to engage with contemporary art and discover an array of surprises and perhaps hidden interests in our varied and vibrant programme of exhibitions.

Working with the Local Community: Eastern Approaches

Eastern Approaches has marked itself out over the last eleven years as the definitive annual showcase for local artistic talent and last year over one hundred artists from across the Eastern Region submitted work. Taking place during the month of December at the Museum of St Albans, this exhibition provides local artists with a valuable opportunity to display their work. The first prize of a solo exhibition with UH Galleries, as well as other substantial prizes, represents our investment in the artistic life of the Eastern Region's wider artistic community.

 Telephone: +44 (0)1707 284290

 Email: uhgalleries@herts.ac.uk

 Postal address:
UH Galleries, Lindop Building, College Lane Campus, Hatfield, AL10 9AB

 Website: www.go.herts.ac.uk/uhgalleries