Outside you see The Old Corn Store building, listed number 20 on the Auburn History Walk. Come inside and find Linhay Gallery, a wonderfully restored space where you are warmly welcomed by the owner ﾖ artist Hellen Bakhoff.
Linhay Gallery shows a new exhibition every month, highlighting an individual or selected group of artists working to a theme. The media focus also changes each month and may be painting, photography, textile or mixed media. There is also an annual costume exhibition focussed on the history of fashion. A special corner of the gallery is reserved to display and sell recycled sari silk and hand stitched garments made in rural Rajasthan. This supports the work of The Stitching Project which ﾓoperates as a social enterprise dedicated to making fine textile products ﾅ. with a style that is a little bit ethnic and a lot contemporary. The Gallery space may also be used for demonstrations and practical workshops. Always something different to see and talk about.