The Edge is an arts and creativity hub informed by the context of the University of Bath. The centre offers an active, creative environment for people from all walks of life and endeavours to have a positive impact on the lives of the audiences we serve. It is a space for leisure, creative learning and fulfilment, as well as being a space for thinking, questioning and discussing important social and topical issues.
Working with our local communities and neighbours is therefore important, as it enables us to understand the interests and needs of the people that make up Bath and the surrounding areas, which helps us develop our programme of activities. Community engagement can happen in many different forms and we are always looking for new ways to connect.
A brand-new initiative exclusively for residents of Bath living in BA1 and BA2 postcodes. The Art Pass entitles members to a range of benefits and is FREE to sign up to, allowing residents to get the best out of visiting Bath’s premier arts and creativity hub. Find out more
Group exhibition tours
Exhibition talks and tours are available free of charge for local community groups. Please book your visit at least two weeks’ in advance. Please note: the maximum group size varies due to the nature and layout of each exhibition.
Need a space for your community group meeting? We have a small number of meeting rooms available for local community groups to use for FREE and can also arrange a short introduction to The Edge for your group.
How to book
To book a group visit to the galleries or find out more about how your group can get involved please contact;
Victoria Wastling · Community Programmes Curator (Visual Arts)
firstname.lastname@example.org · 01225 385774
We are fully accessible throughout, with lifts to all floors and disabled toilets. Guide and hearing dogs are welcome. Disabled parking is available in the car park directly in front of the building. People who hold blue badges can park free of charge.
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