John Street

4 John St, Stroud, GL5 2HA

John Street has been SVA’s home since 1996. This 7,000 sq ft town centre warehouse has been refurbished over the years and now provides an event and cafe space, a street facing gallery space and studio space to 26 artists.

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Goods Shed

Station Yd, Stroud, GL5 3AP

A Brunel designed industrial heritage building which provides a unique space for performances, exhibitions and film screenings.

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Meanwhile Shop Spaces

High Street & Merrywalks

SVA have used over 40 properties since 1997 as temporary spaces for exhibitions and events, working with local property owners and property agents.

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Contact us

You can contact us in a number of different ways:

By phone:  01453 751440

By email:

Social media:  Facebook  Twitter  Instagram  Youtube

By post:  SVA, 4 John Street, Stroud, Gloucestershire, GL5 2HA

In Person:  Feel free to visit us in person at our Art Hubs, every Friday from 11am - 12 noon.

Office hours:  Tuesday - Friday, 9.30am - 2.30pm


About SVA (Stroud Valleys Artspace)

Stroud Valleys Artspace (SVA) is a registered charity and limited company by guarantee. It is supported through core funding from Arts Council England, Stroud District Council and Gloucesteshire County Council.

Stroud Valleys Artspace Mission Statement

Stroud Valleys Artspace’s (SVA) mission is to raise the profile of artists and their role in the community by supporting the production and presentation of their work, thereby increasing opportunities for access to and active participation in the arts for a diverse range of people.  SVA will enable artists to work without undue financial pressure within a practical supportive framework through the provision of space, resources, training and support.  SVA aims to act as a catalyst for experimentation and collaboration by promoting a programme of innovative projects to the general public. As a unique cultural focus for the community, SVA will make a significant contribution to the economic prosperity of the area.