The Beldam Gallery, part of the Arts Centre, will move to its new home in the University’s Eastern Gateway Building in Spring 2012.
Originally located in the Wilfred Brown Building, it is named after Dr Robert Beldam CBE, a great benefactor of Brunel from its earliest days, who facilitated the opening of a new gallery in 1997.
The Beldam Gallery will continue to show a diverse programme of temporary exhibitions showing a wide range of contemporary art and craft including painting, drawing, sculpture, photography, installation, live art, performance, film, video and sound art. This programme includes the work of regional, national and international artists, as well as a dedicated emerging artist showcase occurring annually.
The new Beldam Gallery will remain open to all: members of the public, casual visitors and the university community, which currently comprises over 16,000 students from over 120 countries, and around 3,000 members of staff.