What's On at the RBSA Gallery in October

Guard House, Mark Lippett

RBSA Prize Exhibition 2020

8 October – 21 November 

Gallery 1 & 2

The RBSA Prize Exhibition provides an opportunity for artists to show their artwork and be rewarded for their talents.


150 selected artworks will be on display across two floors of the RBSA Gallery and, for the first time, online on our website.

All artworks, excluding commissions, are available to buy.

Sponsored by Maguire Jackson.

New Solo Exhibitions

Ground Floor Gallery

Ed Isaacs RBSA

Ed Isaacs, 1 – 30 October

Ed Isaacs blends everyday urban scenes with surreal appearances of wildlife in his hometown of Wolverhampton. 

Deconstructed: Urban Landscape, Kathryn Sawbridge NWA

Deconstructed, 6 – 30 October 

Kathryn Sawbridge’s Deconstructed series explores multiple landscapes, stripping them back to their colour palettes without any details of a realistic image.

Call for writers: RBSA Art Blog

The RBSA Art Blog is now integrated on our new website, bringing together articles, artist insights, exhibitions reviews and RBSA news.

Engagement with visual arts is a fundamental part of the RBSA and we welcome volunteer writers to share work on the RBSA Art Blog.

If you’re interested in writing for the blog, get in touch with Magda at marketing@rbsa.org.uk

Day, Hannah Parkes

RBSA Gallery Shop

The RBSA Gallery Shop is open alongside our exhibition venue Tues – Sat, 10.30am - 5pm.

Find art books, prints and cards, jewellery, ceramics and textiles, including handmade face coverings.

Most gifts are small enough to send by post so you can bring a smile to those you’re unable to visit in person.

Small ginger jars, Andrew Matheson RBSA

About Us

The Royal Birmingham Society of Artists (RBSA) is an artist-led charity which supports artists and promotes engagement with the visual arts through a range of exhibitions, events and workshops.

The RBSA runs an exhibition venue, the RBSA Gallery, in Birmingham’s historic Jewellery Quarter, a short walk from the city centre.

The gallery is open from 10.30am – 5pm on Tuesday – Saturday. Admission is free.

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