What Exhibitions are on at the Gallery?

its a joy

It's a Joy!
Brenda McKetty, Pat Bustin & Annette Sykes

Featuring the work of wood sculptor and chair maker, David Haynes

Saturday 27th April - Saturday 8th June 2019
Large Gallery

A truly eclectic mix of colourists whose inspiration comes from their emotional response to their immediate surroundings interpreted in colour, line and form, through acrylics, mixed media and print. From landscape to seascape and everything in between; an impressive exhibition not to be missed! Enhanced by the skillful work of wood sculptor and chair maker, David Haynes. 

right up your street

Right Up Your Street
Permanent Collection

Saturday 4th May - Saturday 7th September
Small Gallery

Scenes of Kettering and surrounding villages from the permanent collection. What does your town mean to you? Come and share your town life memories as part of this exhibition.

the art of monochrome

The Art of Monochrome
East Midlands Monochrome Group

Saturday 11th May - Saturday 8th June 2019
Long Gallery

A collection of monochrome images from group members covering a wide range of subjects of their own choice. Featured photograph: Snake Oil by Kay Reeve.

kdas 144th

The 114th Exhibition
Kettering & District Art Society

Saturday 15th June - Saturday 27th July 2019
Preview: Saturday 15th June, 1 - 3pm

Large Gallery

This exhibition will feature many of our 120 members with a broad selection of artworks, sculptures and prints showing many diverse styles. Also featured will be a series of drypoint etchings produced by the KDAS Etching Workshop. Featured artwork by Liz Staveley.

A painting of a lady's head

Permanent Collection Displays


The Alfred East Art Gallery holds a significant collection of 19th and 20th century fine art.

Comprising of works by many notable British artists, and with large collections by Sir Alfred East and Thomas Cooper Gotch, the collection is a valuable resource for research and enjoyment alike.

Please note that only a selection of the permanent collection may be on display at any one time, depending on the current exhibitions.