Due to national lockdown restrictions, we are closed. Follow us on www.saabatgallery.com and on social media https://www.facebook.com/saabatgallery for our digital programmes and exhibitions.
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All Lives Matter
Saabat is an anti-racist organization. We have a long-standing commitment to equity, equality and inclusion, and we oppose injustice.
It was a magical day. Saabat Gallery, and several independent artists showed off some of its work today. Saabat has gone a long way since its opening. The efforts of everyone today makes me proud to be from Teesside.
What You Need To Know About Saabat Gallery
The transformed function of the Art Gallery in the Covid-19 era
“Lockdown is teaching us how to review in our function as an artist and art gallery, and also how to avoid to be useless during the crisis”. Our action comes before what we saying.
Last month we offered some spaces at Saabat Gallery building up aid for those who are most disadvantaged through this crucial time, for any kind of purpose be it emergency action, food banks, storage spaces …etc
– In a very short space of time we had an inquiry from the charity organisation.
(Tees community clothing) to use one of the rooms at saabat, which meant they could successfully jump into full action.
– In these last few days we have had another inquiry and request by charity organisation called (Tees Valley Together – PIPSCO – Teesside Emergency Food Parcels).
They asking if we have a place for them also, our answer was of course yes, so right now they’re also in action at the gallery.
As we have always promised as artists and as a community art gallery, we will continue to protect, empower and work alongside our community above all else. The positive feedback from community make us to be proud of our action in which the gallery has become useful and its service to the community are alive once again. The images below may look like an art installation however this time the audience will be those people in real need of our help.
Congratulations To Saabat Gallery – 15th March 2018
Congratulation to SAABAT AGLLERY team , friends of Saabat gallery and local community for achievement
From ” Mayor’s Community Achevment Awards” . Nominated by Councillors of south bank for the Sue Jeffrey, Neil Bendelow, Ian Jeffrey
The gallery has endured many hardships to get the project off the ground, is supported enthusiastically by the local community, has artists in residence, has an open day every Friday, supports local community projects and is helping to put South Bank at the heart of the north east art and culture scene!
Saabat gallery has become a “Dementia Friend”
83 Normanby Road
Redcar & Cleveland
Tuesday – Saturday: 10am – 5pm
Sunday & Monday: Closed