- 11 Feb 2020
- 1:00 pm - 1:30 pm
Bite size talk: Georgians – The Pride & The Prejudice exhibition
Tuesday 11 February – 1pm – 1:30pm
Join Museums Worcestershire’s curators on the 2nd Tuesday of each month for a series of talks about the collections. The new Georgians exhibition provides a fascinating look at this exciting period of our history, including a first edition of Jane Austen’s classic, Pride & Prejudice. Join us for a look at the stories behind the objects with the exhibition curator.
Bite size talks are 30mins, starting at 1pm and cost £3 per person. Please book your tickets at the Art Gallery desk or call 01905 25371.
2020 bite size talks
Worcester’s hand in the global gloving history
Introducing Skyscape – A behind the scenes insight of our latest Spring exhibition Skyscape, which is touring from The Ashmolean, Oxford.
Dunkirk and the Worcestershire Yeomanry
Join Colonel Stamford Cartwright MBE TD of Worcestershire Yeomanry Museums Trust ahead of the 75thanniversary of D-Day
Robert Gale – Tales from HMS Rattlesnake
Find out more about one of the Museums most prolific collectors in the 19th century, his adventures aboard HMS Rattlesnake and the objects that he brought back to Worcester.
Japanese Prints in Worcester City’s Collection
Discover more about Worcester’s recently-researched collection of beautiful and intriguing Japanese prints.
Introducing Human Machine
Exhibition curator David Nash will introduce you to this year’s summer exhibition, Human Machine.
Join our Head Curator for a look back to Worcestershire’s most important archaeological treasures and some exciting recent discoveries.
Introducing The Printed Line
Take a closer look into this fascinating exhibition about the development of print-making techniques since the beginning of the 20th century.
A Pilgrim’s Choice – Mayflower400
On the 400th anniversary of its voyage from Plymouth to the USA, find out more about the Mayflower ship and its crew’s search for religious freedom in the New World.
The Worcester Story
Join us for an exploration of Worcester and its story, told by objects in Worcester City’s collection with Head Curator Deb Fox.