GAF is an arts and heritage, not for profit, charity serving the Hamble River valley.
GAF Organises Art Exhibitions, Talks and Workshops.
Pirates of Penzance
Performances of national and local artists as well as presenting its own operatic productions
In addition to preserving the Grade II listed GAF Centre, GAF runs Heritage talks and exhibitions as well as maintaining a local heritage photographic archive
GAF is located in the village of Old Bursledon and runs a range of activities for the community to help boost social inclusion, stimulate minds and artistry, offer volunteering opportunities and teach new skills.
News and Forthcoming Events
Hampshire Open Studios
HAMPSHIRE OPEN STUDIOS
will be held at the Gaf Centre,
Saturday 21st – Monday 30th August
These artists, and more, will all exhibit their work
Sally Nixon, Landscape Painting.
Colin Bowler, Landscape Painting (https://www.colinbowlerillustration.co.uk/)
Stephen Foulkes, Landscape and Nature Photography (lookup Steve Foulkes on Facebook)
Bethan Foulkes, Reduction Lino-Prints
Kirstin White, Water Colours of landscapes and events
Glyn Foulkes, Sculpture
With lockdown restrictions ending GAF is planning to resume Events.
Our first major Event will be the Hampshire Open studios
The GAF Coffee Mornings will restart on Friday 23 July 10.30-12.00.
They will be held EVERY Friday at the GAF Centre.
Talk by Jeff Martin about the Hamble River
Witty Ditties – music, songs and an amazing range of musical instruments
Talk by Pearl May on experiences in the Koala Hospital
Christmas Crackers by Chapter and Verse
Christmas Decoration Workshops
And there will be more !