Cleveland's Old Schoolhouse Gallery reopens on July 2

The Old Schoolhouse Gallery is excited to announce our wonderful gallery will reopen its doors in early July.

GALLERY TO REOPEN: An art gallery and old buildings, what more do you need?

GALLERY TO REOPEN: An art gallery and old buildings, what more do you need?

The talented members of the OSHG have not been sitting on their hands during lockdown and we are thrilled to soon be able to showcase their exciting new artworks and artisan gifts.

To celebrate the reopening we will present a new all members exhibition themed, A Sense of Place.

Our members have created artworks inspired by special bonds between themselves, community and places.

A sense of place may also refer to the excitement when people visit a place for the first time or revisit a familiar place - coming back to the gallery for our visitors may not just be a return but a beginning. We look forward to welcoming back visitors.

We are unable to have an opening event due to social distancing. However, we will show-off our historic building refreshed and filled with exciting artworks plus you may consider a walk in the parklands adjoining the gallery to see the other historical buildings.

The gallery at 124-126 Shore Street North, Cleveland, will re-open from 9.30am on Thursday, July 2 with our normal hours - Thursday to Sunday 9.30am to 4.30pm. If the flags are out, we are open.

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