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Malvern Hills Gallery
Malvern Hills Art and Craft guild members exhibit their work at Malvern Hills Gallery. Members of all ages exhibit work and run the gallery, which means that there is always someone on hand to talk to visitors about the work on display.
Many varied forms of art and crafts are represented in the Gallery giving visitors and customers a wide variety of individually designed and made work. As many pieces of work are ""one off"" the displays are continually changing.
Membership of the Guild is open to artists and craftsmen within the Malvern Hills District, which gives an indication of the skills and expertise of local people. A small number of guest exhibitors also have work on display.
As the Guild's aim is to encourage art and crafts there is a programme of monthly exhibitions featuring work from local schools and colleges, guest artists and the opportunity for members to have an extended display of their work.
Malvern Hills Gallery facilities include:
- Groups accepted
- Max group size
- Pets accepted (other than service dogs)
Malvern Hills Gallery accessibility includes:
- Parking areas for disabled visitors
- All areas accessible to disabled visitors
- Service dogs permitted (eg guide dogs)
Contact - Malvern Hills Gallery
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