Glen Taylor

Glen Taylor, the winner of the Public Vote in our Annual Summer Show 2018, presents a new series of drawings featuring a variety of subjects and portraiture.

1st – 25th May
Open Wednesday – Saturday from 11 am – 4 pm

Preview Evening
Wednesday 1st May from 6 pm – 8 pm
All welcome

See more of Glen’s work on his Facebook Page and Instagram


You are invited to the Private View of “Matter”, an exhibition of works by Bethany Murray & Sharon Read, running throughout May 2019 at Rooftop Arts Centre, Corby.

Preview Evening
Friday 3rd May from 6 pm – 8 pm

1st – 25th May
Wednesday – Saturday from 11 am – 4 pm

Two artists are taking a holistic and intuitive approach to a material and sculptural inquiry, in conjunction with their individual investigations of the ‘self’ with questions regarding their own context and existence.

Working within the realms of the temporal, the heuristic and the divine; both artists are gently treading across that interstitial space between presence and absence, knowing and being, through material manipulation and observations, letting the materials exist in a certain way.

“Materiality in works of art extends beyond the simple fact of physical matter to broadly encompass all relevant information related to the work’s physical existence; the work’s production date and provenance, its history and condition, the artist’s personal history as it pertains to the origin of the work and the work’s place in the canon of art history are all relevant to the aesthetic experience.  The artwork’s physicality, those aspects that can be sensed and verified by viewers, is a first consideration; physicality impacts content and, subsequently, meaning.”[Christina Mills (2009), “Materiality as the Basis for the Aesthetic Experience In Contemporary Art.” University of Montana.]

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W/hole County

W/hole County
Sophie Cero and the Late Developers

W/hole County is a collaboration between artist Sophie Cero and the Corby based, Late Developers photography group to create narrative artworks from a series of potholes sourced from sites across Northamptonshire in both urban and rural locations. Used as starting points for discussion, storytelling, and visual juxtapositions, the potholes act as imaginary portals whereby participants disappear down a hole in Corby, to reappear through a linked, twin hole located at the other end of the county.

Project Space
3rd – 13th

17th – 27th

Wednesday – Saturday
11 am – 4 pm

Preview Evening
Wednesday 17th April
From 6 pm – 8 pm

Supported by Northamptonshire County Council and Corby Borough Council



Late Developers

Presenting a new exhibition by the Late Developers who are a local photographic group.

With some members exhibiting for the first time these beautiful moments present a slice of everyday life through the lens.

Exhibiting members include Cathy, Ellen Burgess, Jenny Smith, Kate Dyer, Lisa Morrison, Lola Dziarkowska, Maria Plitano, Mikel, NJ, Sheena Cummins, SLD, and Stephen Mitchell.

Supported by Corby Community Arts with funding from the National Lottery Big Fund.

With thanks to Quantum Print.

Join the Facebook Event here to keep up to date with the exhibition.

Pop Up Shop

A month-long pop-up shop selling artwork, clothing, accessories, and gifts made by two of our resident artists Fanoulla Georgiou and Marina Papadopoulos. Perfect for those looking for unique gifts in time for the holiday season.

Open 14th November until 15th December
Wednesday to Saturday from 11 am until 4 pm