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- Featured Object - Wallbridge Painting
- Featured Object - Spanners
- Featured Object - Baughan Motorcyle
- Featured Collection - Casein
- Featured Collection - Prinknash Pottery
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- 2015 - Technology and Innovation
- 2016 - The World at War
- 2017 - The Home Front
- 2018 - Medals, Souvenirs and Legacy
- Echoes in Enamel Project
- Stories from the Collection
- Trephined Skull
- Bragg Clock
- Beaker Boy
- Woolly Mammoths
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- The Gate to The Secret Garden Print
- The Walled Garden Project
- Walled Garden Plan
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- Walled Garden Project Photographs
- Secret Garden Public Photography Day 2013
- The first Walled Garden Residency by Quercus
- Only the Flame Remains: A Collection of Poems
- Museum Volunteers
Museum Art Gallery Runner Up in Gloucestershire Awards
The Museum in the Park's Art Gallery was recently voted 'Runner Up' in the Gloucestershire Muddy Stilettos Awards 2017.
The Museum in the Park's Art Gallery was recently voted 'Runner Up' in the Gloucestershire Muddy Stilettos Awards 2017. The award for 'Best Art Gallery in Gloucestershire' went to New Brewery Arts in Cirencester but staff at the Stroud venue were delighted with the compliment of 'second place' and the support shown by members of the public.
The ethos of Muddy Stilettos is all about celebrating and supporting the most unique, interesting, brilliant local businesses in a fun way. For details of the 2017 results see https://glos.muddystilettos.co.uk/awards/
Meanwhile, behind the scenes at the Museum, plans are taking shape for an exciting and eclectic Art Gallery programme. Hot on the heels of Adam White's unique mix of art and geology will be documentary photographs by Deborah Roberts. Her current project is a record of the rich grasslands of the Stroud District and the work of farmers and conservation groups who are caring for these important habitats.
August will see a gallery takeover by cutting edge, contemporary artist-curators Robbins and Roberts. They'll be transforming the space into 'The Robbins and Roberts Pleasure Gardens of LOVE'!
September is set for a welcome return of the School of Art Staff Show and as the nights start to draw in during October, acclaimed tapestry artist Anne Jackson will unveil her darkly thought-provoking series, ‘Certaine Wytches'.
The 2017 programme will draw to a close with the international Cheltenham Illustration Awards. The theme will be ‘Tales Through Others Eyes', inviting illustrators and viewers to imagine the world from a different perspective, whether refugee, migrant, outcast or ‘other'.
Children's Festival coming to town this weekend...
Art, music, storytelling and ground-breaking opera for the young at heart! An action-packed weekend of events coming to Stroud celebrating both nature and literature.
The Watery World of the Ichthyosaur
The Museum in the Park in Stroud has put on display an amazing 180 million old Ichthyosaur!
Palaeontology is a Dangerous Beast
An amazing exhibition is set to open on 27 May with some exciting family activities planned for the half term school holidays.
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