What Exhibitions are on at the Gallery?
The Alfred East Art Gallery has finally reopened to the public, with temporarily reduced opening times.
To keep all our lovely visitors and staff as safe as possible there will be some new safety measures in place at the Gallery, which you can read in the Gallery visitors information.
To begin with, there will be one exhibition on display at a time.
Due to the ongoing situation with Coronavirus and the guidance from Government, all council-hosted events have been cancelled for the foreseeable future.
The Manor House Museum will remain closed to the public for the time being.
People & Places
Sue Lydia Taylor
Tuesday 11th August - Friday 2nd October
Local artist Sue Lydia Taylor's stunning exhibition will continue in the Large Gallery. Sue is an established painter in oils for over 20 years. This exhibition visually describes the diversity of ordinary men and women engaged in work situations and depicts some of the places the artist has visited.
Upcoming Exhibitions in 2020
Kettering Buccleuch Academy
Saturday 3rd October - Saturday 14th November
Students from Kettering Buccleuch Academy have taken inspiration from their local community and its surrounding beauty and have created work through art and design to curate their own exhibition.
This exhibition has been made possible by the generosity of the Kettering Old Grammar School Fund.
Permanent Collection Displays
The Permanent Collection is not currently on display.
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. If you are planning to visit the gallery to view specific artists or works, you may wish to phone us before you travel so that we can confirm what is on display.