No Woman is an Island (15 April – 30 June 2022) is curated by visual arts adviser and curator Jacquiline Creswell
Since 2009 Jacquiline has been central to the development of visual arts programmes at Salisbury, Ely and Chichester Cathedrals and is now engaged with further commissions and an expanding range of locations. During this time Jacquiline has delivered 48 exhibitions, working with a diverse group of artists, galleries, foundations and estates. These include Antony Gormley, Mark Wallinger, David Mach and Ana Maria Pacheco, galleries such as Lisson, Hauser & Wirth and the estates of Henry Moore, Lynn Chadwick, Barbara Hepworth and others.
CONNECT people art and place (17 September – 24 December 2021), The Vanner Gallery's inaugural exhibition, was curated by Prudence Maltby, a Salisbury-based artist and curator
Prudence Maltby explored the concept of connection at a time when the city emerged from adversity. Following the Novichok attacks in 2018 and more recently the pandemic, Maltby used people, art and place as the cornerstone to examine how we process our experience of living separate lives through uncertainty.
CONNECT exhibiting artists: Julia Atkinson, Julie Ayton, Eleanor Bartlett, Brian Bishop, Lucinda Burgess, Henny Burnett, Fran Donovan, Ruth Dresman, Susan Francis, Mirka Golden-Hann, Michelle Griffiths, Patrick Hallissey, Alex Hanna, Julia Polonski, Jane Ponsford, Peter Randall-Page, Roger Stephens, Joanna Still, Anita Taylor, Julieann Worrall Hood.