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Temporary exhibitions

Everything from science-based environments to famous illustrations, or locally produced craft, can be shown as part of our busy and diverse programme. We have three galleries dedicated to bringing lively, fun and family-friendly temporary exhibits so there is something for everyone. Don’t forget – entry is free!

Now showing:

Festival of Arts – Craft & Needlecraft Sections

28 April – 20 May

Mixed media, embroidery and soft toys are just some of the crafts which local makers present in this diverse and creative show. The items on display vary from delicately intricate to vibrant and full of energy. It’s not hard to see the pleasure people have had making their creations, which often adds to the experience of those who visit. Come and explore this Aladdin’s Cave of all things craft and needlecraft.

 

Crime and Punishment

12 May – 1 July

All rise…and make their way to the Museum for this blood-curdling show. This exhibition has it all – death, theft and some pretty tough judgements. The borough has its fair share of crime stories and we present a select few for you to preside over. Some past visitors to the Museum may remember ‘Blab’, an experimental show where we sought opinions on the mini-displays we created. This exhibition builds further on this idea, as the stories will once again be competing for your feedback. Come and give us your judgement to help us shape future displays. This show is set to be great fun for old and young alike. It’s an opportunity to learn more about the boroughs goings-on, or to have your say about what you’d like to see more of. And of course it’s also a chance to spark the kids curiosity with gruesome tales about their local area.

 

Linda Barlow: Searching For The Invisible Woman

19 May – 15 July

For Linda Barlow “it became evident many middle-aged women felt they were becoming invisible as they aged. Their hair was going grey, their skin was becoming more sallow, they were bumped into in the street”. ‘Searching For The Invisible Woman’ includes textiles, shrines and even an animation – all informed by Linda’s considerations about the middle-aged woman in todays society. Linda conducted questionnaires and interviews with middle-aged women from a variety of backgrounds to inform her work. She hopes that this exhibition will celebrate the experience of women at a time of their lives that brings great change and the possibility of reinvention.

 

Art Alert: A Decade of Doorways

26 May – 8 July

Art Alert is 10 years old! This well-known art group will have its 10th Birthday in 2018 and this exhibition celebrates the many changes and challenges of the group’s first decade. The group have all decided to respond to the theme of ‘doorways’, and the artwork on display will showcase how members of the group have responded to this theme in a variety of media. Fittingly, the term doorway might refer to a transition or a new beginning – reflecting the times of transition which this wonderful collection of artists have worked through together. Heres to the next 10 years!

 

 

 

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Interested in having an exhibition at Nuneaton Museum & Art Gallery? Click here to download our Exhibition Application Pack.

For more info on what’s coming up see our What’s On Guide!

Last updated Tuesday, 22nd May 2018

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