Your Exhibitions

Would you like to have your own exhibition at Headstone Manor & Museum?

We regularly co-curate exhibitions alongside individuals, artists, collectives and community groups and we’re always open to new ideas and inspiration. If you would like to do an exhibition with us please read our community exhibitions information booklet and guidance sheet and get in touch asap.

Upcoming deadlines:

Co-curated community exhibition slots:

  • Our next available slot is from November 2023 – February 2023 – precise dates to be confirmed. If you are interested in this slot, the deadline to apply is 01 April 2023 – please apply using the form below.

Artist exhibition slot:

  • Our next available artist exhibition slot is  4 weeks in June 2023 – if you are interested in this slot, the deadline is 31 October 2022 – please apply using the form below.

Information Booklet & Guidelines

Information booklet on our exhibitions – please read before you apply, this is essential:

 -> Community Exhibitions at Headstone Manor & Museum

Please read our guidelines below, some of this may be applicable at later stages:

-> HMM community exhibition guidelines

If you would like to apply, please complete the form below:

Exhibitions Enquiry Form

If have any enquiries, please email collections@headstonemanor.org.

Gallery

This image shows Madhu from M for Menopause standing next to the exhibition she curated. This was installed for Menopause Awareness Month and is in our community cupboard space.
This image shows Madhu from M for Menopause standing next to the exhibition she curated. This was installed for Menopause Awareness Month and is in our community cupboard space.
This photograph shows Abigail from Storyfinders next to the exhibition she co-curated at the Museum which celebrates the life of Gregory Isaacs and his connections to Harrow. This exhibition was for Black History Month 2021 and Gregory Isaacs Memorial Day 2021.
This photograph shows Abigail from Storyfinders next to the exhibition she co-curated at the Museum which celebrates the life of Gregory Isaacs and his connections to Harrow. This exhibition was for Black History Month 2021 and Gregory Isaacs Memorial Day 2021.
Jane McAdam Freud Exhibition 2019-2020
Jane McAdam Freud Exhibition 2019-2020
Alexandra Veres standing next to the exhibition she curated in 2021.
Alexandra Veres standing next to the exhibition she curated in 2021.
This image shows Madhu from M for Menopause standing next to the exhibition she curated. This was installed for Menopause Awareness Month and is in our community cupboard space.
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