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Galleries & Museums Archive

Mar 7, 2024
Cath Ray Gallery & Studios

‘Themes & Variations’ Paintings By Neil McGregor.

Neil McGregor’s life as an artist started when he was very young and he has drawn and painted for as long as he can remember. He was inspired by childhood visits to the New Walk Museum in Leicester where he would sit and draw the stuffed animals on display.

Feb 29, 2024
Norton Disney Dodecahedron

The Norton Disney Dodecahedron On Display At The National Civil War Centre

The rare, hollow, 12-sided dodecahedron object was found by a small community dig in the village of Norton Disney and is the 33rd ever to be discovered in Britain. Their purpose and significance are unknown and has been a topic of controversial debate among archaeologists. The unusual discovery was also featured on episode 4 of BBC2’s flagship archaeology programme, Digging For Britain, with Professor Alice Roberts.

Nov 28, 2022
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Humanity & The Holocaust

Fondly known as Beth Shalom (the House of Peace), the National Holocaust Centre and Museum can be found in the sleepy village of Laxton in the heart of Nottinghamshire. The brainchild of James and Stephen Smith along with their mother Marina – following their own visit to Yad Vashem, Israel’s national Holocaust museum – they believed that something similar should be created here in the UK.

Feb 20, 2021
The Harley Gallery

New Exhibitions & Events At Welbeck

Modern and contemporary art from the celebrated Jerwood Collection will be making its way to The Harley Gallery on Nottinghamshire’s rural Welbeck estate for an exclusive exhibition to open at the end of March.

Nov 1, 2020

The Harley Gallery

Lost Architecture Julian Bray Notts artist, Julian Bray, as featured in our May/Jun 2018 edition of Made, returns to The Harley Gallery with his third exhibition ‘Lost Architecture’.

Nov 1, 2020

2020 The Dovecot Gallery

The Dovecot Gallery, Styrrup, will be open during this 2020 run-up-to-Christmas period, and they very much hope that it will be business-as-usual.