Remote Access: A Virtual Exhibition opens on 20 April

Morning, Herefordshire by John Davenport

We are amid extraordinary times, as countries worldwide face closure of public spaces and our daily lives shift into a new way of being. 

Through this momentous shared experience, the spirit and perseverance of creatives is striking. Art brings people together, lifts our mood and documents the world around us. 

About the Exhibition

The RBSA has a history of championing artists for over 200 years, and for the first time we are holding an online exhibition.

For 8 weeks, Remote Access: A Virtual Exhibition will be on display on the RBSA Art Blog featuring work from the RBSA Members and Associates. 

Join us, from wherever you are, on 20 April when the exhibition goes live. 

Buying Artwork

Most artwork is available to buy and sales support the artist and the RBSA continue during this time.

The RBSA will arrange sale and delivery with the artists individually.  

If you connect with an artwork, contact rbsagallery@rbsa.org.uk to make an enquiry.

Staying Social

Art is a social experience. Usually, the gallery is a space to connect with other people and enjoy art. We encourage you to engage with the artwork, spark discussion and share with your friends.

Here are our tips for keeping the conversation going online:

  • Call a friend and discuss your favourite pieces together
  • Share the exhibition on social media
  • Tag us @rbsagallery or send a message – we’d love to know that you enjoyed our first online exhibition

About Us

The Royal Birmingham Society of Artists (RBSA) is an artist-led charity which supports artists and promotes engagement with the visual arts through a range of exhibitions, events and workshops.

The RBSA runs an exhibition venue – the RBSA Gallery – in Birmingham’s historic Jewellery Quarter, a short walk from the city centre.

The gallery is currently closed due to Covid-19.

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