- Click for tickets -spot_img

Studio 18 gallery wants your photographic submissions


Studio 18 gallery in Brimscombe is welcoming open submissions for their upcoming photography exhibition: Spaces Places Faces.

The exhibition is an opportunity for anyone to show their photographs of Stroud and the Cotswolds, celebrating the area through a variety of novel perspectives.

This will be a chance to show the area through your eyes, to express what it means to you to live in the Cotswolds.

The theme is: A photographic journey through Stroud, Gloucestershire and the Cotswolds.

Zachary Walsh, Studio 18 director said: “We are encouraging the submission of photographs covering a wide range of subject matter and from a diverse range of photographers which will be shown in a group exhibition in the vibrant gallery space of Studio 18.

“This collection of photographs will strive to capture some of the characters, happenings, meanings and feelings that characterise this area capturing its contemporary reality and its rich heritage.

“From lost industries and abandoned spaces, to busy bustling places full of life and energy and personal spaces of reflection, moments and memories.

“We welcome any photo relevant to Stroud, Gloucestershire and/or the Cotswolds for submission in the exhibition.”

The deadline for submission is Friday, November 5th.

The exhibition opening is on November 20th.

For any work sold at the exhibition, there will be a standard 20% commission taken by Studio 18. 

A non-refundable fee of £5 will be required for every photo submitted.


Enter online via:

Latest News

Kicking the political football: Dale Vince turns up the heat on the FA over a ban on FGR’s oil protest T-shirts

Forest Green Rovers’ chairman and owner Dale Vince has waded into the debate on politics in football by accusing the Football Association of hypocrisy.
Skip to content