One gallery split into two sections, Four Corners' Gallery occupies the ground floor front of the building.
It has no permanent collection and instead features a varied programme of temporary exhibitions related to all aspects of the visual arts, plus programmed talks, workshops and other events.
The gallery is lit by spotlights operating from lighting tracks.
These can be removed or repositioned within the lighting tracks.
The gallery has little natural light making lighting easier to control. Should you wish to display projections or films it is possible to darken one side of the gallery.
The gallery offers 50 sq. ft of floor space and offers 80 feet of linear wall space with the facility to add free-standing plinths in the centre of the floor.
The gallery has wooden polished floors and white- painted walls (approx 10 foot high) on which pictures are usually mounted using roll plugs, screws and mirror plates.