Come Back to Colour
Thursday 27th October 2022
We want to show off your work, in our Creative Community Garden
Join us for a cup of tea and a paintbrush, to capture, celebrate, and enjoy being part of the local community.
All materials provided
Saabat Gallery HAF Christmas
Tuesday 20th December 2022 – Friday 23rd December 2022
COME ALONG AND HAVE SOME FREE CHRISTMAS FUN!!!
This is a great opportunity to make new friends and enjoy yourself as a family.
We will be offering a variety of different activities.
Free lunch will be provided.
Please wear comfy clothing to suit the weather in case we use the outdoor stage for singing and dancing, and we look forward to meeting you all!
Please use the link below for more information or contact Nathaniel McGovern (email@example.com) (01642 206929)
Feast of Fun
Saturday 22nd October 2022 – Saturday 29th October 2022
Saabat Gallery invites local community, Families & children for Five days activities during October half term school holidays for families especially those families on limited budgets.
The program of activities will be full of fun by making, singing, dancing, painting, baking and cooking. At the end of each day what you have produced from any activity you can take home with you and share with the rest of your family.
• Saturday 22nd October 10am – 2pm
(Halloween/ mask making and music)
• Tuesday 25th October 10am – 2pm
(Halloween/ baking, painting, gardening)
• Wednesday 26th October 10am – 2pm
(Family Cooking, bread and pizza)
• Thursday 27th October 10am – 2pm
(Come back to Colour/ painting, drawing, music ,dancing and singing)
• Saturday 29th October 10am – 2pm
(Halloween/ mask making, pumpkin carving)
Friday 19th August 2022
The collaboration workshop between Saabat Gallery, Together Middlesbrough & Cleveland and Kirkleatham museum ran by Tapestry artist Jane Riley.
South Bank Carnival
At the south bank carnival on the 21st of August 2022, the Saabat gallery presented itself in its usual unique fashion, humbly, creatively and with great passion for the local community.
This event was organized by “The Open Well”, local churches, business, and the people of south bank.
It was a demonstration of collaboration of the highest order by the amazing people of south bank. This was the most joyous occasion of people working together for a long time. The event exceeded everyone’s expectations and we look forward to the next community event.
It’s been a long time coming, for a community that is very often left behind, since the decline of industry and disintegration of communities and rehousing.
We share the view with all our fellow south bankers that we deserve the best. We hope to inform those who are in power to recognise that smaller organisations working together can lead the way of change to a better future for coming generation.
Saabat Gallery celebrating the Jubilee on Friday 3rd June from 10am – 2pm. During the event Eric Taylor will be signing his books that show glimpses of the history of Southbank.
Throughout the event we will be having live music from the band E by Drum as well as some lovely refreshments.
Fantastic talk with the artist Richard Clayton of our current exhibition ‘Over the Border and Beyond’ at the gallery last Friday.
Thank you to everybody that came.The exhibition was shown until November 10th 2018.
Fantastic talk with Dr Madeline Clements from Teesside University and the artists of our current exhibition Heterotopia at the gallery today.
Thank you to everybody that came.
The speaker guest Alistair Hudson director of mima at Saabat gallery, exhibition south bank magnate 2016
Natalie Scott and Curator Mark Parham Workshop
This workshop ran by writer Natalie Scott and Curator Mark Parham and hosted by Saabat gallery.
This workshop conversation was about to learn your stories .
The workshop inspired both creatives to make a piece of work for the exhibition that showed in Jan 2020 at the Dorman Musuem for the local artist David Watson.
Saturday, 13 July 2019 from 11:00-13:00
Hosted by Black Path Press and Saabat Gallery Saturday July 13th, 11am-1pm, Saabat Gallery, Normanby Road
Drop-in creative workshop with artist Vicky Parker, creating patterns using techniques and tools originally used to plan the building of ships at Smith’s Dock.
Tuesday, 23 January 2018 from 18:30-21:00
Hosted by Saabat Gallery
We are pleased to Invite you to join to the live drawing at Saabat Gallery which associated with BACK TO LIFE DRAWING group.
Architecture & Artist Helen Stratford
11th until 17th January 2018
Helen Stratford will be working around South Bank and at Saabat Gallery. As part of Transitions 17 supported by Arts Council England. Please see poster, look out for updates and get involved. Helen Stratford uses a consultative approach to working with communities and will be around for people to engage with, either in the area of South Bank or at Saabat Gallery
Thursday, 28 September 2017 from 1:00pm- 2:00pm
Public · Hosted by Saabat Gallery Friends of Saabat Gallery Annual General Meeting
Re-Installing The Town hall Clock
6 Apr 2017 at 13:00 – 18 Apr 2017 at 16:00
The ceremony was held at Saabat Gallery for “Reinstalling the old clock belong to the south bank town hall city on Saabat gallery building.
Saturday, 1 April 2017 from 10:00-16:00
An Arts fair of creative works by Health & Arts group south bank.
Sculpting the human form workshop
14 May 2018
Sculpting the human form workshop with artist Azad K.M at Saabat Gallery.
Basic sculpting lesson with life model Christine Wilson …Amazing figures created during the 3 hours workshop .
83 Normanby Road
Redcar & Cleveland
Tuesday – Saturday: 10am – 5pm
Sunday & Monday: Closed