Visitors to ESCALA can see artworks on display in the ESCALA Gallery and in the ESCALA Teaching and Research Space, both at the University of Essex Colchester Campus.
*Winter break- Please note that we will be out of office and unavailable to answer enquiries from 22nd December 2016 until 9th January 2017. The ESCALA Teaching and Research Space will also be closed over the festive period and will reopen from 16th January 2017.
To the Colchester Campus
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Our Gallery is located in the Silberrad Student Centre, a stunning new building next to the Albert Sloman Library and overlooking the Campus’s largest lakes. Here you can see a small selection of ESCALA artworks on permanent display.
Independent visits are possible all year from 10am to 4pm. Maximum group size 30.
During University term time, it is possible to arrange guided visits on Wednesdays 1-4pm. Just email email@example.com. Maximum group size 12.
-Autumn Term 6 Oct - 16 December 2016
-Spring Term 16 January - 24th March 2017
-Summer Term 24 April - 30 June 2017
ESCALA TEACHING AND RESEARCH SPACE
The majority of ESCALA’s holdings are located in our innovative Teaching and Research Space, located in the Constable Building next to Wivenhoe House, now a four-star hotel. The painting of the house by John Constable is in the National Gallery of Art in Washington D.C.
Our Teaching and Research Space is used by staff and students from across the University, as well as by researchers from other universities. It is also accessible to members of the public by appointment.
During University term time, it is possible to arrange to visit the ESCALA Teaching and Research Space on Wednesdays 1-4pm. Just email firstname.lastname@example.org. Maximum group size 12.
You can find answers to some frequently asked questions about accessing our space here.
Please note that we offer a range of ways to access ESCALA and endeavour to make as many of our artworks as accessible as possible. Where we are unable to make an artwork available, it is for a good reason, such as its condition, the fact that it is on loan or its size.