Arts & Exhibitions

The Hive has a rich and varied programme heavily influenced by the aim to support and promote the work of new and emerging artists alongside experienced local artists, groups and organisations. Find out more about our upcoming exhibitions below.

If you are interested in hiring exhibition space please read our terms and conditions before completing and submitting an exhibition enquiry form.  Completed forms or any enquiries about exhibiting at The Hive can be sent to

Worcester Plinth: PRISM by Lizzie Rodriguez
Wednesday 3 - Thursday 18 April

PRISM, a moving colourful sculpture installation, has been created for The Worcester Plinth by artist Lizzie Rodriguez in collaboration with the Worcester Snoezelen Centre, a multi-sensory therapy centre. Funded by the UK Shared Prosperity Fund through Worcester City Council, PRISM "sets out to capture the colour, vibrancy and happiness of the Snoezey environment".


Globe Balloon
Saturday 20 - Sunday 28 April

Back by popular demand, the Atrium will be filled with the huge inflatable globe balloon to celebrate Earth Day and The Hive's Schools Sustainability Week.


British Library: Beyond the Bassline
Monday 29 April - Friday 10 May

See an insight into the British Library's flagship exhibition Beyond the Bassline, which shines a spotlight on different voices and perspectives to celebrate Black British music as a form of entertainment and vehicle for community, as well as a source of liberation, protest, and education. 


Age UK Dementia Action exhibition
Monday 13 - Sunday 19 May

This powerful exhibition aims not only to highlight the impact of dementia on individuals but to also offer a poignant glimpse into its profound effects on families and the broader community. Through art, they hope to unveil the many aspects of dementia, demonstrating the resilience, creativity and stories of those affected, their loved ones and the community at large.

The charity hopes that launching the exhibition will help spread further awareness of dementia and enable everybody to honour the resilience of those impacted, helping to shape more compassion around the subject within the local community.