Welcome To Redcar Palace

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The Redcar Palace is a community arts venue based in Redcar, ran by Tees Valley Arts. We are home to:

  • An ongoing exciting exhibition programme featuring artists from our region and around the world
  • Honestly Made Honestly Sold, our honesty shop featuring handmade and locally sourced goods from over 50 different local sellers
  • Blooming Youth Collective – our peer led youth group for 16 to 24 year olds focused on wellbeing, inclusivity and friendship
  • Which Craft? Ladies, a free to attend drop-in craft group for women every Wednesdays
  • Life drawing with Simon Edwards on Thursdays from 6pm to 8pm
  • A community space to talk, learn and teach

Our Programme

Swords into Ploughshares, Knives into Jewels

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Previous Exhibitions

The Grand Old Open

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Thread Counts

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Grow and Gather

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Kicking off the summer in feline style at Redcar Palace, Feline-Thropic explores the human cat relationship through time. We are currently looking for submissions for this upcoming exhibition. Find Out More.

Redcar Peeps – A History in the Making (We’re Hiring!)

Redcar Peeps is a project ran by Tees Valley Arts, with funding from Historic England’s History in the Making grant programme. The project revolves around pride within the industrial seaside communities of Redcar, juxtaposed with themes of LGBTQIA+ pride, joy and how queer folk have been able to explore their identity in seaside towns. Applications for the researcher roles are now CLOSED. We will be hiring for the roles of Board Artist and Film Artist within the following weeks. Find Out More

Creative Advice Thursdays

The last Thursday of every month, Tees Valley Arts and Redcar Council will be co-hosting an open, safe space for artists and creatives, who are looking for advice and support. Please keep an eye out across our social media for more information. Find out more

We are supported by

We are grateful for support and assistance from the following organisations over the past year:

Redcar & Cleveland Borough Council; Arts Council England; Middlesbrough Council; Tees Valley Combined Authority; National Lottery Heritage Fund; Historic England; County Durham Community Foundation; Teesside University; #iwill campaign for youth action.

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