GHT - a reincarnation

GHT – a reincarnation is a multi-stranded artist residency, designed to kick-start a vibrant contemporary arts programme in God's House Tower (GHT). This late 13th Century gatehouse is set to become a new arts and heritage venue operated by arts organisation ‘a space arts’. The project is in partnership with Southampton Solent University and ‘a space arts’ and will provide an opportunity for eight Southampton based artists to make new work, drawing on God’s House Tower as inspiration in its physical form as well as its social and cultural position in the city.

Participating artists include: Sarah Filmer, Jo Willoughby, Greg Gilbert, Libby Russell, Deborah Gearing, Kirsty Smith, Jilly Evans and Celeste Ingrams.

The project is funded by Arts Council England (part of their National Lottery funded Grants for the Arts scheme), Southampton Solent University and ‘a space arts’.

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Address

C/O 'a space arts'
Tower House
Town Quay Road
Southampton
Hampshire SO14 2NY

07834150030
[email protected]
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Participating artists for GHT - a reincarnation

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