Come and visit us at Babylon ARTS
Our current exhibition A Personal Choice : Guest Curator Deborah Jones, is now open. Join the artists for a cup of tea and cake this Saturday (3 November) from 12-4pm. It's our first Guest Curator slot, and we love your taste Deborah! The exhibition continues to Sunday 11 November.
Entries are open to our Album Art Competition - it's your chance to shine and get a piece of your artwork on our walls. Deadline for entries is the 17th December so don't miss out!
Coming soon... Our first BYOV (Bring Your Own Vinyl Night) on Friday 16 November with an exclusive preview of our STORM THORGERSON exhibition .
Click here for future exhibitions and events.
Our gallery & gift shop are open Tuesday - Sunday 12pm - 4pm
FREE entry, donations welcome,
For most exhibitions dogs (on leads) are welcome.
Babylon Gallery, Waterside, Ely, CB7 4AU
Located on the picturesque riverside in Ely, Babylon Arts is an independent arts development charity run by ADEC (Arts Development in East Cambridgeshire). We have an enviable reputation for delivering a high quality, wide ranging programme of visual art, film, live events and significant education and community based projects in Ely and beyond.
Ely is England's second smallest city and the main market town in East Cambridgeshire. We are a short 12 minute train journey from Cambridge and 15 miles north. The Gallery is a 5 minute riverside walk from the station. We are the City’s second most visited attraction second only to Ely Cathedral, welcoming over 25,000 visitors a year. Thanks to Arts Council funding we can now programme live events and art screenings in the gallery alongside our regularly changing programme of exhibitions. Find out more about the refurbishment.
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Our little gift shop in the Gallery is full of gorgeous gifts lovingly made by local artists and craftspeople. Our cards by Green Pebble also feature work from local and regional artists. It's a great way to support both our arts charity and artists.
Featured artists include: Anna Osborne, Claire Cockayne, Andrew Jones, Jacki Perry and Nadine Anderson, now including prints from Will Harvey.