Welcome to the Sherborne House website. Here you will find information on the progress of the development of Sherborne House as an arts venue and the countdown to our return to the House. We don’t want to lose touch with any of our audience through being ‘houseless’ so do make sure to sign up to our mailing list (at the bottom of the page) so we can keep you updated with the latest news and let you know about our exhibitions and events.

Mailing List

Subscribe to our mailing list – just scroll down to the bottom of the page and you can sign up in the website footer. With the House now closed its difficult for us keep our links with all our supporters so please do sign up and keep in touch.


Browse our wonderful archive of images and information from previous exhibitions and projects archive.

We also still have a few copies of our Sherborne House Arts book available – email us for details of how to get hold of one.

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About Sherborne House Arts

Sherborne House Arts (SHA) is the management committee responsible for developing and curating the visual arts programme at Sherborne House in Dorset. With an overarching aim of making contemporary visual art more accessible to a diverse audience, SHA develops and presents exhibitions and projects that reflect current visual art practice, encourage dialogue and develop opportunities for the creation of new work. SHA creates a platform for engaging with current visual arts and media practice in and outside the region. Whilst preparing for an eventual return to curating the programme at Sherborne House SHA is continuing to explore ways in which visual art can be shown in non gallery spaces. Our current projects have a Cultural Olympiad focus and involve artist commissions presented through the b-side festival and the Exploratory Laboratory project. To read more, visit our current projects page. SHA is actively seeking partnerships with host organisations and will investigate new ways of curating and presenting the visual arts, and providing the support and environments within which visual arts practice can flourish.

2 thoughts on “Website

  1. I thought I was a friend of Sherborne house, or on the mailing list anyway, but don’t seem to get any news! Reading past news ,I wonder where the promised money from the developers all went. Will it come when all the houses are sold? I look forward to more news.

    • Hello June
      …and thank you for your post. No news is good news at the moment and discussions are still afoot. I shall check that you are on our mailing list but in the meantime…watch this space!