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The Drawing Board: Wrexham’s Newest Art Gallery Opens Its Doors

The Drawing Board

The Drawing Board is a unique and independent galley tucked away on Lord Street in Wrexham town centre.

Art by Local Artists

They opened their doors to the public in November 2021. Displaying a diverse array of art and crafts by a selection of local artists.

As well as their public gallery space, they have converted the first floor into studios available for lease. Providing a unique and central base for local artists.

The Directors, Jacqui Blore, Margaret Forbes and Bobbi Cockcroft, are delighted to offer this space for artists to display their work and the public to access the arts in a town centre location.

The Drawing Board

A Not-For-Profit Enterprise

The gallery operates as a not for profit enterprise. Intending to add a variety of accessible public workshops to their repertoire in the spring of 2022.

They stage regular art exhibitions in their gallery. Anyone local may apply to submit art or craft work for show, either as an individual or part of a group. Also, the final decision as to what work they display at any time rests with the Trustees. There are no hanging or display fees, and any sales will attract a 20% commission.

Opening hours are 10am to 4pm, Monday to Saturday (closed Wednesdays).

To find out more, email them at contact@wrexhamdrawingboard.co.uk.

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