School House Gallery

A contemporary art gallery set in beautiful gardens with a fully licensed cafe specialising in Mediterranean vegetarian food. A curated cultural experience for lovers of art and food. Open this week Tue 11-3, Thu-Sat 11-4.

NOW SHOWING:
DAVID HANCOCK – A STILL LIFE

david hancock flyer web

This solo exhibition by the acclaimed Manchester based artist David Hancock features the artist’s latest body of work, in which he renders miniature, staged tableaux in a hyper-realistic style in an attempt, as he puts it, ‘to make palpable the psychological gap between the world that we physically experience and the psychological states through which it is apprehended’.

LUNCHTIME MENU

This week’s lunchtime menu comprises:

Soup of the day
Broad bean and barberry kuku with dill and mint
Sweet potato chips dusted with paprika, polenta and sumac
A vibrant beetroot hummus

Available from noon – to book a table call Robert on 07766 656030

SUPPER CLUBS

Our popular long table candlelit Supper Clubs continue this year on Friday 22 February and Friday 22 March.

Tickets are £30 to include a welcome cocktail and three courses – contact Robert to book (07766 656030).

INTRODUCING 16RPM

16RPM is the new driving force behind the School House Gallery that celebrates the importance of slowing down and paying attention, applying the philosophy of the slow movement to all that the gallery offers. With a fresh team in the kitchen and a raft of upcoming guest chefs, 16RPM presents a daily lunchtime menu that is innovatively vegetarian, often Mediterranean and always delicious.

NEW CERAMICS

16RPM commissioned two new ceramics collections by Jo Davies (London) and Makiko Hastings (Harrogate) and these exclusive, beautiful sets of functional tableware can now be enjoyed (and bought!) in the cafe. Jo Davis has created a sumptuous white, hand thrown porcelain tea set with a gold lustre twist, whilst Makiko Hastings’ thrown stoneware is beautifully contained with an understated pureness of colour and form. Both sets are available to be enjoyed in the cafe as well as to buy.

Above: Makiko Hastings’ 16RPM pots on the draining cloth. As one satisfied customer put it: ‘It tastes even better eaten off these!’

PRIVATE DINING & CELEBRATIONS


(Above: York Theatre Royal’s Be SpectACTive conference delegates enjoy a private dinner)

Talk to us about using our fabulous space for your special events and celebrations. We can cater for intimate private dining parties (from 10 to 25 guests) or larger scale events, including Wedding Receptions.

‘Thank you so much for making our [birthday] celebration so memorable for our friends – and for us too. The menu attracted much approval and everyone enjoyed the food; the wine was excellent, the mocktail delightful. The gallery is a charming intimate space, perfect for our group of forty. Its setting under the city walls, in a beautiful garden beside one of York’s medieval guildhalls is delightful. Please thank all your also-charming and very discreet young helpers who made everything go so smoothly.’

Lewis Smith
October 2018

About the New School House Gallery
Paula Jackson and Robert Teed co-founded The New School House Gallery in 2009 and have curated over 50 exhibitions and projects across a wide range of disciplines and media, working with over 450 artists and makers.
‘The 21st century curator is a catalyst – a bridge between the local and the global… The possibility of enlightenment comes from embracing chance’ (Hans Ulrich Obrist).

Contact
The New School House Gallery, Peasholme Green, York, YO1 7PW
Tel: 07766 656030
email: mail@schoolhousegallery.co.uk
Twitter: @schoolhousegall
Instagram: @schoolhousegallery

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One thought on “School House Gallery”

  1. Such a relaxing place. A pot of Earl Grey, a piece of home-made cake, some interesting art works and Dave Brubeck in the background – I’ll definitely return!
    Phil Pipe

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