About Gallery 1673
Gallery 1673 @ The Clay Loft is a beautiful contemporary event space. Dedicated to creativity this space will be home to exhibitions, workshops, training sessions, seminars and much more.
As well as hosting a small number of national contemporary ceramics and art exhibitions annually, Gallery 1673 @ The Clay Loft will support local artist, craftspeople and businesses by providing a multi-use space to meet, learn, share and promote themselves.
Named after a one of the cornerstones embedded in the wall of the building dated to the year AD 1673, Gallery 1673 @ The Clay Loft is available to rent by the day, the week or the month.
For more information or to view or book the space, please get in touch with Tom Knowles Jackson by email.
What you can expect
Gallery 1673 is a third floor attic conversion in the newly renovated Inchbrook Mill complex. This original Dye-house, part of the Stroud Valleys industrial heritage was saved from 30 years of neglect to be reborn as a creative business hub nurturing early stage businesses including The Clay Loft, an open access ceramic maker space.
The attic is a single long room with eave beams breaking the space into almost imperceptible bays lit during the day by skylights and at night by a combination of up-lighting from the floor and ceiling lights.
The purpose designed multi-use space has been decorated to accentuate the peacefulness and calm of its location in one of the Stroud valleys.
Note that parking spaces are at a premium in the Inchbrook area. This means that Gallery 1673 lends itself ideally to evening and weekend activities.