Stroud Valleys Art Space

Stroud Valleys Artspace (SVA) was founded in 1997 with the aim of promoting and supporting the artists working in the area. Starting from humble beginnings, when volunteers helped to convert a disused town warehouse into artists studios, SVA has moved back into its building in John Street, Stroud after completing the 2nd phase of the £1.5 million building refurbishment project.

This unique contemporary arts resource will provide good quality space, facilities and support to a wide number of artists and the community. The building has been designed by Tony Fretton Architects, whose back catalogue includes the Camden Art Centre, London the Lisson Gallery, London a house for Anish Kapoor and the British Embassy in Warsaw. SVA hosts the annual site festival in May every year and runs an artistic programme of events throughout the year for the public.
Admission: Ticket prices vary - please refer to website for further details.
Directions: SVA is 3 minutes from Stroud rail station and town centre car parks at London Road, Church Street, and Merrywalks. 

Contact details for Stroud Valleys Art Space

  • Address: 4 John Street Stroud Gloucestershire GL5 2HA
  • Telephone: 01453 751440

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