The Gallery

Every month the Gallery @ The Curve hosts an exhibition from local artist or group of artists, in the purpose built space on the ground floor. It may also be booked as a meeting room.

There is also an informal exhibition space on the first floor

 If you are interested in exhibiting please contact us on

Image of small commemorative prayer candles, sometimes known as tea lights - Now Light the Candles exhibition is about the 100 year anniversary of the end of World War One, on in November on the first floor of The Curve
Now Light The Candles - Remembering The War, reflecting on Peace

Throughout November, The Curve will be holding a special commemorative exhibition marking Armistice and World War One peace and ceasefire on the first floor in our informal exhibition space.

The title of the exhibition is the first line of a 1918 poem Repression of War by Siegfried Sassoon.

The exhibition has been arranged in conjunction with Slough Museum and Creative Junction.

Look out for special workshops linked to the exhibition where you can make your own poppy and have it added to the display.

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Pencil drawing of a girl looking up - A Work of Art - A Personal Journey is an exhibition of the work of local secondary school students, on in The Curve Gallery space on the ground floor in November A Work of Art - a Personal Journey

Join us in celebrating an exhibition of outstanding work by students aged between 13 and 18 from various schools in Slough. The exhibition in the Gallery on the ground floor will showcase work from a range of projects and themes including portraits, identity, connections and the human figure. The specially selected work you will see has been created by some extremely talented and creative young individuals. For most, this is their first public exhibition.

‘A Work of Art’ is an exhibition of work created by students from different secondary schools within Slough. Herschel Grammar, Beechwood, Burnham Grammar and Langley Grammar have all been represented here today. The aim of this exhibition is to celebrate the wonderful talent and creativity that exists, often within schools that the public rarely get to view. With a focus on ‘outstanding’, the pieces you see before you are based on various different projects, with different ideas and styles. Throughout the exhibition you will gain an insight into the many weird and wonderful projects that the students have explored.

Look out for the exhibition from 4 November onwards.