Collections Centre Tours 2022

Collections Centre Tours in Hartlebury Your chance to get close to some of the many items that aren't currently on general display, in the museum's collection store based in Hartlebury. 4 March - Captivating Costumes talk at Hartlebury Castle 15 March - Behind the scenes at the Museum's Collection Centre 26 April - Glove Affair – Inside the glove factory 17 May - Rediscovering Worcestershire's Art Collection 7 June - The Great Outdoors [...]

Collections Centre Tours 20222022-04-06T12:52:58+00:00

Bite size talks 2022

Introducing Bite Size talks for 2022 Thirty minutes of fascinating facts about the Worcester City Art Gallery & Museum’s collections and exhibitions. Talks start at 1.30pm, £3 and take place at Worcester City Art Gallery & Museum. To book click on the link to the individual talk and then click on the 'Book tickets' button 8 February – Introduction to Skyscape 8 March - Our Wardrobe: Highlights of the Costume Collection [...]

Bite size talks 20222021-12-21T07:15:01+00:00

Historic chemist shop lamp comes home after being featured on BBC1’s The Repair Shop

As featured on The Repair Shop to be aired Wednesday 29 April 8pm BBC1 Malcolm Steward (Right) with Garston Phillips (Left), in the re-created Steward Chemist Shop at Worcester Museum & Art Gallery.  Pic Jonathan Barry 31.1.19 In 1974 a mammoth task was achieved when Steward's Chemist Shop, formerly situated on Worcester High Street, was relocated lock, stock and many bottles to Worcester City Art Gallery & Museum on [...]

Historic chemist shop lamp comes home after being featured on BBC1’s The Repair Shop2020-04-22T16:55:48+00:00

The Young Turner: Ambitions in Architecture and the Art of Perspective will open 4th May

New exhibition announced at Worcester City Art Gallery & Museum 4th May – 6th July 2019 • See Turner’s first sketchbook • Turner’s oil painting A View of the High Street, Oxford, 1809-10, is centrepiece of the exhibition • Includes JMW Turner’s first commissions Hot on the heels of the record-breaking Matisse exhibition at Worcester Art Gallery & Museum, the Gallery are showing the work of another internationally renowned artist this [...]

The Young Turner: Ambitions in Architecture and the Art of Perspective will open 4th May2019-04-16T13:27:51+00:00

The War to End All Wars

Using artefacts from the Museums Worcestershire and partner collections, this exhibition will explore how our future was changed for ever by the First World War. From Saturday 3rd February - Saturday 10th November 2018 WW1's legacy was a wide impact on life in the C20th, making changes in class structure, politics, fashion, food production as well as our national defence.

The War to End All Wars2018-11-29T10:30:55+00:00
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