The Open Door Gallery at Lowood, is more than just a space for all things creative.
It’s a place created by a group of passionate Lowood Lions Club volunteers who want nothing more than to bring creativity, art and fun experiences to Somerset visitors and residents.
It has taken nine years for the building to be restored and create a welcoming, open and inclusive space filled with interesting workshops, beautiful Somerset art, clever crafts and regular rotating exhibitions year round. The gallery is located in town and a short stroll from the Lowood Showground offers the perfect place to stop, revive and fall in love with the arts.
The gallery building is special in its own right, the building used to be a storage building for produce. A train track use to run either side of the building to allow for easy collection of goods and assist with unloading produce used by the town in its early days.
DID SOMEONE SAY WORKSHOPS?
The non for profit, community driven gallery encourages all age groups to the gallery to broaden their minds and enhance their knowledge of art! If you’re travelling with the family or simply looking for interesting things to do during the next school holidays, why not give the friendly volunteers at the Open Door Gallery a call to see when their next art workshops are planned. Workshops for children are regularly organised during each school holidays offering visitors and residents a friendly environment for children to learn and create.
IN CASE YOU DIDN’T KNOW…
The Open Door Gallery is available for group bookings. If your club is looking to try something new and are interested in learning about arts and crafts, contact the gallery and let them know.
The Open Door Gallery, a friendly gallery with loads to offer and a creative space for all ages.