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GLOAM is a collectively-run exhibition and studio space located in Sheffield City Centre. It was originally set up by Mark Riddington on Mary Street in 2017. In 2020, GLOAM incorporated with a co-operative structure to include six additional co-directors (Stu Burke, Thomas Lee Griffiths, Victoria Sharples & Rose Hedy Squires) and relocated for expansion to Arundel Street; the former location of the DIY music venue, The Lughole.


Copyright 2022 GLOAM LTD
Website designed by Sam Francis Read


Thomas Griffiths Presents: Beneath the Pewter Sky





GLOAM forefronts a group of artists from across the UK, identifying within the LGBTQIA+ community.  Beneath the Pewter Sky explores a multitude of narratives, through sculpture, video, textiles and digital media. The artworks transport the viewer to another place through themes of fantasy, sci-fi and blurred realities.Beneath the Pewter Sky presents works that emit resilience and strength while woven with a sensitive tenderness, retracing history and writing a future of possibility. A huge thankyou to the artists involved and for the importance and efforts of their work: Dan Chan, Charlotte Cullen, Gusty Ferro, India Garry, Will Hughes, Kumbirai Makumbe, David Reynolds, Connor Shields and Danielle Williams.

Curated by Thomas Griffiths.  

Private View: September 30th 6–9pm.  
October 01st – October 15th. 
Saturdays 12–4pm, or by appointment 


Editions




Exhibition Programme (£3.00 inc. P+P).
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Supported with a National Lottery Project Grant, distributed by Arts Council England and Sheffield City Council.









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GLOAM is a collectively-run exhibition and studio space located in Sheffield City Centre. It was originally set up by Mark Riddington on Mary Street in 2017. In 2020, GLOAM incorporated with a co-operative structure to include six additional co-directors (Stu Burke, Thomas Lee Griffiths, Victoria Sharples & Rose Hedy Squires) and relocated for expansion to Arundel Street; the former location of the DIY music venue, The Lughole.


Copyright 2022 GLOAM LTD
Website designed by Sam Francis Read