Visiting

Studio 3 Gallery is in the Jarman Building on the University of Kent’s Canterbury campus.

This is J16 on the interactive map of the campus (follow the link ‘campus map’ to the right of this page). The Visitors’ Car Park is on Giles Lane and is marked in yellow on the campus map.

The Jarman Building is usually open Mondays – Fridays, 9am – 5pm (except on Bank Holidays and when the University closes). Access to the gallery is through the front door of the Jarman Building and then turn to the right at the end of the entrance lobby. You should find the gallery open and invigilated while exhibitions are on – if not please ask at reception.

We do not usually open at weekends, although Saturday openings sometimes happen towards the end of an exhibition’s run, and are advertised here.

We welcome group visits from schools, but teachers are advised to call ahead to notify our receptionist, Mike Keeling-Smith, on 01227 827228.

Stagecoach runs a regular UNIBUS service from the centre of Canterbury to the University Campus. The Jarman Building is a two minute walk from the Keynes College bus stop (see the UNIBUS link for a timetable).

Southeastern run train services to Canterbury, including trains from London Victoria, London Charing Cross and the fast service from St. Pancras. The fast train from St. Pancras reaches Canterbury West station in 56 minutes. There is a taxi rank at Canterbury West station, or you can catch the UNIBUS from nearby St. Dunstan’s. Canterbury has two train stations: Canterbury West is the one nearer the University campus.

Studio 3 Gallery

School of Arts

Jarman Building

University of Kent

Canterbury, CT2 7UG

FREE ADMISSION

DISABLED ACCESS

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