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MA Photography – 2022 Exhibition

Date / Time

23 March 2022 - 8 April 2022, 10am - 4am


Hardwick Gallery, GL50 4BS


GL50 4BS



An exhibition by students of the MA Photography course at University of Gloucestershire.

Graduates of the MA Photography programme at University of Gloucestershire in Cheltenham are proud to announce an exhibition of their work at Hardwick Gallery, Cheltenham.

Featuring extraordinary works by Aimee Kirkham, Nathan Nash, Stephen Meadows, Abbie Pengelly, Nikita Ghate, Nick Priest, Peter Britton, Lewis Godwin-Cox, Giles Bennett, John Hammond and Gordon Singer, the exhibition will showcase a broad and varied range of photographic work.


“The exhibition provides an exciting opportunity to view the talent of the recent graduates from the 2021 and 2022 cohort and to acquire original artwork by early career and seasoned photographers.  The facilities and tuition available at the university are excellent, so this would be an amazing chance for anyone considering studying photography to see what the university has to offer. After the Covid-19 pandemic, we’re all really excited to be able to show our work in-person, in a safe and welcoming environment.”

Aimee Kirkham, MA Photography graduate
  • Cost: Free of charge
  • Dates: Thursday 24 March – Friday 8 April 2022
  • Opening hours: Monday – Friday, 10am – 4pm
  • Launch event: Friday 25 March, 6 – 8pm which includes artist talks
  • Weekend opening: Saturday 26 March, 12 – 5pm. 

Visitors will be invited to view the work and meet the creators, with the opportunity to purchase original artworks, photobooks and prints.

For further information about the exhibition please email Aimee Kirkham, on or Stephen Meadows, on

The exhibition will take place in line with current government Covid-19 restrictions.  Photographic images are available on request.

About University of Gloucestershire

University of Gloucestershire’s School of Arts offers students a collaborative community with spacious creative studios and industry-standard facilities and equipment. The University offers a wide range of undergraduate, postgraduate and research degrees, along with professional programmes and short courses. Students benefit from visiting artists and the opportunity for overseas trips.

Hardwick gallery offers a diverse programme of public exhibitions, talks and discussions from students and visiting artists, photographers and creative directors.