Nineteen: Photography Exhibition

Nineteen: Photography Exhibition – University of Gloucestershire, BA Fine Art Photography

13 – 19 February 2013

  • Fine Art Photography students from the University of Gloucestershire will be displaying their work at the Gardens Gallery in Montpellier, Cheltenham this February.


  • Nineteen will encompass a wide variety of photographs stretching across, and between, many genres. Exhibition-goers can expect to see traditional landscapes, portraits and documentary images as well as alternative and abstract pieces of work. With an ambitious and large collection of photography on display, this exhibition offers a glimpse into the creative and introspective views of nineteen emerging fine art photographers.


  • Second-year student Phillipa Klaiber says: “Nineteen is an exciting opportunity to showcase what we do, for some of us it will be our debut exhibition. We look forward to getting the public’s perspective of our work.”


  • These creative-full students invite you to view their art photography, with the chance to chat to the image-makers and enjoy a glass of wine, on the exhibition’s opening night. Nineteen runs until the 19th February 2013, with selected works for sale.


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The Gardens were originally developed in the early 1800's and its centrepiece is the Bandstand.

Facing the Bandstand is the Proscenium Building where we now have our Gallery.

Follow for a history of the gardens and for information about Friends of the Bandstand and Gardens(FOMBAG).


  1. There is wheelchair access to the gallery from the path between the tennis courts and the gallery.
  2. For exhibitors delivering their work, there is a locked bollard to be removed at the gardens entrance. See link below for details.
  3. Unfortunately, there is no disabled parking in the gardens.
  4. Exhibitors should take care to design their exhibition layout with wheelchair use in mind.

For full information about accessibility, please follow this link:


 Typical annual foot-fall is 22000.

If we take out the impact of Festivals then the weekly average is 400 per week.

This varies according to the variables of weather, social media, networking, number of artists, and the appeal of the Exhibition


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