Self, Isolated Exhibition
15th August - 3rd October
Viewing slots available on Tuesdays and Saturdays
The GAP Arts Project is looking forward to welcoming visitors back into our gallery for our new exhibition, Self, Isolated.
This exhibition presents a diverse collection of self-portraits created during the coronavirus lockdown in response to our open call-out that began in May. With over 50 pieces in many different styles, mediums and approaches, it invites audiences to reflect upon our collective experiences of the times we’re living through and the power of the self-portrait as a means of artistic expression.
The exhibition is open by appointment only. Current viewing slots are available on Tuesdays and Saturdays at the following times:
12 - 1pm
1:30 - 2:30pm
This 1 hour slot allows your group plenty of time to see the exhibition and our team time to clean up before the next booking.
The exhibition is free to visit but booking is essential. One group at a time (from the same social bubble) are welcome, up to a maximum of 10 people. Please give 48 hours notice when booking or cancelling.
If you’d like to book a slot to see the exhibition, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information:
Preferred day and time slot
Number of people in your party
A few things to note before you visit us…
A maximum of 10 visitors are allowed inside at one time, from the same social bubble.
Face coverings are mandatory inside the gallery at all times. If you do not have one or forget to bring one, they are available to purchase at the Welcome Desk.
When you arrive, everyone in your group will be asked to sign in, leave contact details and confirm that you have not displayed, or been in contact with anyone displaying, COVID-19 symptoms in the last 14 days.
There is a one-way system in operation through the gallery.
Social distancing is in operation at The GAP. We kindly ask that all visitors keep a 2 metre distance from anyone not in their household/ bubble.
Hand sanitizer is provided at the entrance and exit to the exhibition.
Please do not visit The GAP if you feel unwell with COVID-19 symptoms. We ask that you email us to let us know if you need to cancel.
There are currently no toilet facilities available to the public at The GAP or in The Old Print Works building.
There is one step at the entrance to the gallery. We have a ramp that can be used for step-free access. Please let us know in advance if you require the ramp.
We will continue to review guidance as it comes out and aim to make The GAP as safe as possible for staff, volunteers and visitors.