Foreground

Foreground brings new art to new audiences. Without boundaries.

Based in the market town of Frome, Somerset, we deliver an ambitious program that spans commissioning new temporary and permanent artworks in the diverse social and physical structures of communities, and inspire audiences of all ages through learning, participation, critical disscussion and the promotion of collecting.

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Opening hours

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Address

The Old Church School
Butt's Hill
Frome
Somerset BA11 1HR

07596469783
info@foregroundprojects.org.uk
www.foregroundprojects.org.uk

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Graham Fagen. For St. Agnes, 2010

Image Credit: Graham Fagen. For St. Agnes, 2010

Richard Woods. Logo 49, 2008

Image Credit: Richard Woods. Logo 49, 2008

Ruth Proctor. Something Wonderful Will Happen, 2014

Image Credit: Ruth Proctor. Something Wonderful Will Happen, 2014

Claire Fontaine. Capitalism Kills Love, 2012

Image Credit: Claire Fontaine. Capitalism Kills Love, 2012

Matt Stokes. Voice|Hand|Hammer|Fire, 2009

Image Credit: Matt Stokes. Voice|Hand|Hammer|Fire, 2009

Jim Isermann. Untitled (Frome), 2008

Image Credit: Jim Isermann. Untitled (Frome), 2008

Edwina Ashton. Who's drinking your tea sir? You sir!

Image Credit: Edwina Ashton. Who's drinking your tea sir? You sir!

Tue Greenfort. The Feeder Canal Saint Martin Colony, 2012

Image Credit: Tue Greenfort. The Feeder Canal Saint Martin Colony, 2012

Brian Griffiths. The Kidd, 2012

Image Credit: Brian Griffiths. The Kidd, 2012

What's on

Empire Through the Lens

Bristol Museum & Art Gallery, Queens Rd, Bristol BS8 1RL

Saturday 30 September 2017 – Friday 31 August 2018

Plymouth Art Weekender 2018

Plymouth

Tuesday 09 January 2018 – Sunday 30 September 2018

The Artizan Garden Salon Open Show

7 Lucius Street

Friday 02 February 2018 – Sunday 23 December 2018

Exeter's Fine Art Collection: Childhood

The Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery, Queen Street, Exeter EX4 3RX

Tuesday 08 May 2018 – Sunday 25 November 2018

Visual Arts South West

Working towards a South West where talented artists thrive, and a resilient and connected visual arts ecology that inspires more engaged and diverse audiences to value and advocate for its work.

Part of the Contemporary Visual Arts Network

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