News

  • Somerset Open Studios: Venue 16
    As part of Somerset Open Studios, Inch by IN:CH will be on show in The Gauge Museum, venue 16. Thank you to Fiona Robinson who, writing for Evolver, shares some thoughts about our project and the final stop of the […]
  • Next stop, West Somerset Railway
    The final destination for Inch by IN:CH is at The Gauge Museum, West Somerset Railway, Taunton, ending 3rd October. The Gauge Museum, West Somerset Heritage Railway Trust, Bishops Lydeard, Taunton, Somerset TA4 3RU, 25 September to 03 October, 11am-5pm, daily except Mondays. As part […]
  • Next stop, Found Outdoors
    The next stop on the Inch by IN:CH spiral route is Found Outdoors on 11th August. Here the cases will be on display within the glorious woodland setting of Found Outdoors. Artists will be: holding a free drawing workshop hosting an artist-in-conversation event, […]
  • Empathy for Nature: Casting workshop
    Kelly M O’Brien is facilitating a workshop that runs alongside the Inch by IN:CH exhibition, a travelling project touring to Found Outdoors on Saturday 11th September 2021. Inspired by the lovely outdoor setting, we will reflect on what […]
  • Visitors are on-board with Inch by IN:CH
    The Inch by IN:CH tour has welcomed many visitors to the roving exhibitions and sparked interesting conversations around the works and ideas they explore. By hosting the works in unusual and communal spaces, the artist group have engaged […]
  • Next stop, East Somerset Railway
    Today we are installing at East Somerset Railway in Cranmore! Come and see us from tomorrow, Wednesday 21 July. The station a perfect venue for a project about movement and transportation. A heritage Brunel steam railway, part of […]
  • Inch by IN:CH: Event of the Week
    Inch by IN:CH is the Event of the Week on Shepton Mallet Nub News. You can find the article here. The next stop on our tour is Cranmore at the East Somerset Railway. Come and visit the museum, […]
  • Kelly O’Brien talks to BBC Radio Bristol
    Kelly M O’Brien was interviewed by Claire Cavanagh for BBC Radio Bristol on Wednesday 23 June. Kelly talked about her practice and mission to inspire wildlife and ecosystem protection through her art. Hear the interview here. The interview […]
  • Shirley Sharp on BBC Radio Bristol
    Shirley Sharp was interviewed by Steve Yabsley for BBC Radio Bristol on Sunday 20 June. Shirley talked about her love of drawing, her connections to her community, and even Steve’s own art practice. Hear the interview here. The […]
  • Next stop, Frome Festival
    We are delighted to be part of the upcoming Frome Festival! The Frome Festival is a community arts festival, which is run as a hybrid fringe. This year Frome Festival runs 3-11 July and Inch to IN:CH will […]
  • Successful beginnings in Bath
    Inch by INCH is a travelling exhibition, spiralling round the South West and evolving on its journey, as it adapts to the different venues. From shop windows to woodland glades, steam railways to parks, the aim is to […]
  • In the news: The Visitor
    Inch by IN:CH is front page news over at The Visitor magazine. We are so pleased to be featured and agree that Shirley Sharp’s work is a terrific ambassador for the project. The Visitor is a popular magazine […]
  • In the news: Curator Space
    We’re delighted that Curator Space has published an update on Inch to IN:CH here. CuratorSpace is a project management toolkit for curators, organisers, galleries, and artists.
  • Finding ourselves at Found Outdoors
    We’re excited that Found Outdoors is one of our confirmed venues! A beautiful woodland in Erlstoke, Wiltshire, Found Outdoors is used as an ‘outdoor play, learning and art project space, connecting people of all ages with nature’. “We […]
  • The journey begins at FaB
    We are excited to be kicking off our project at Fringe Arts Bath Festival. Over the festival fortnight (28 May to 13 June) our work will be placed out in various public spaces and behind windows, with COVID19 […]
  • Finale at the West Somerset Railway
    We are very excited to announce our finale venue at West Somerset Railway! We will be taking up residence at the Gauge Museum, sited on one side of the platform at Bishops Lydeard, WSR. There’s even a train […]
  • Supported by the Gane Trust
    We are thrilled and very grateful to the Gane Trust for sponsoring Inch by IN:CH. “The Gane Trust is committed to supporting people engaged in welfare and social care and those involved with all of the arts, craft […]
  • In the news: Somerset Art Works
    Somerset Art Works, one of our supporters, has published an update on Inch to IN:CH here. Information on the touring exhibition was also included in the SAW artist development weekly digest here.
  • In the news: On tour with Inch by IN:CH
  • In the news: Inch by IN:CH
    Originally posted on SATmag:
    A travelling exhibition considering transition, interchange and the transportation of ideas. Inch by IN:CH seeks funding An artist-led project, curated by the Bath-based artist group IN:CH, is bringing contemporary art out of the gallery…
  • Supported by The Arts Society
    We are delighted to announce that The Arts Society is supporting our project! We are extremely grateful and owe a massive thank you to The Arts Society. ‘‘Our strength is our people, joined together by a passion for […]
  • In the news: Mendip Times
    Inch by IN:CH appears in volume 16, issue 9 of Mendip Times. See the coverage at Have suitcase: Will travel.
  • Inch by IN:CH seeks funding
    An artist led project, curated by the Bath-based artist group IN:CH, is bringing contemporary art out of the gallery and into the communal areas of our everyday lives. The 11 artists, all based in the South West, reflect […]
  • East Somerset Railway is just the ticket
    Inch by IN:CH is bringing contemporary art out of the gallery and into the communal areas of our everyday lives. Forming a portable touring exhibition, 11 artists will each present contemporary work in a travel case. One of […]
  • On the air: Inch by IN:CH interview
    Inch by IN:CH was featured on BBC Radio Bristol & Somerset this week. On 4 January 2021 one of our IN:CH artists, Fiona Campbell, spoke to radio presenter Claire Cavanagh about the project and how it came about: […]
  • Call out for unusual venues in the South West
    In 2021, Inch by IN:CH will be touring the South West with a schedule including libraries, rural museums, festivals, railway stations, village halls, and other local venues. These places will enable interaction with a wide audience and can […]
  • COVID19: Our commitments and strategy
    With the COVID19 crisis changing all the time, what plans do Inch by IN:CH have in place? In summary The safety of everyone involved is paramount, that of both artists and visitors. We have COVID19-safety precautions in place […]