Gallery 45, Northumberland

Monday : Closed
Tuesday to Saturday : 10am to 5pm
Sunday : 11am to 4pm

Free

Gallery 45 is a relative newcomer to the arts and crafts scene in Northumberland. Housed in a former village pub, the building was taken over by Jane Mills and Mary Mewett in September 2013. After major renovations the space was transformed into an exciting arts centre.

Comprising of two gallery and exhibition spaces, a gift shop with a cosy, fireside seating area. Also on site are 8 artists studios, currently occupied by a variety of designers, makers and artists. The exhibitions spaces are also available for hire and are perfect for parties, celebrations, corporate meetings and many other types of events.

Gallery 45 also runs a programme of creative activities throughout the year, including painting, sewing and printing workshops and classes. Many of the resident artists also run workshops from their studios, so if you are interested in art and creativity – there’s plenty to see. Sign up for our newsletter below and we’ll send you a monthly-ish update of what’s on and upcoming. We look forward to meeting you!.

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45 Main Street
Felton,
Morpeth
NE65 9PP

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