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Temporary exhibitions


A Solo Exhibition by Leah Stuart

25 September 2021 - 20 November 2021

Intrigued by the fairy tales that inspired some of Shakespeare's greatest works, creative textile artist Leah Stuart returns to the museum following her successful 2019 debut. This year audiences will revel in the delightful results of a new ambitious project creating over a dozen 3D fabric characters.


A Dextrous Eye: The works of Geoff Yeomans

18 September - 7 November 2021

This retrospective exhibition features the work of Geoff Yeomans who taught at Nuneaton School of Art. This exhibition covers 60 years of creativity as both artist and teacher. His work demonstrates his eye for detail and his incredible craftsmanship.


'Play & Display!' Paper & Card Toys

23 October - 11 December 2021 

Relive childhood memories with this charming exhibition of paper and card toys. Paper and card toys have been commercially produced from the late 1700s and all kinds of affordable, yet delightful toys have been produced since then. Come and explore this wonderful collection of paper and card toys.

Coming Soon

Featuring Female Creativity: Art from our Collections

13 November - 4 December 2021 

This exhibition is the first from the Museum & Art Galleries own collections which features only work by women. The work spans, watercolour, oils and pastels and ceramics. The subject matter ranges from illustrations to industry from still life to portraiture.


Relations, Stories, Magic

A Solo Exhibition by Robert Fitzmaurice

27 November 2021 - 22 January 2022

In this solo exhibition of paintings and ceramics Robert Fitzmaurice will present a new body of work inspired by objects selected from the museum's collection. He was born in Nuneaton in 1960 and during his youth the family would visit the museum most weekends. Following on from his early encounters with art his interest in figurative conventions across cultures deepened through travels in India and the Far East. Employing grid-like relationships of colour and form the artworks look back, forward and sideways to reference childhood memories, local history, and stories from other lands.

Supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England

Last updated Monday, 1st November 2021

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