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Peter Burgess: A Celebration

  • Date: 19th July 2017 - 18th November 2017
  • Every day
  • Location: Swindon Museum & Art Gallery, Bath Road, Old Town, Swindon SN1 4BA
  • Time: 11:00 - 15:00
  • Cost: £0.00

During the 1970s, Peter Burgess was Head of Ceramics at Swindon School of Art and advised Swindon Museum and Art Gallery on establishing its collection of studio ceramics.

Happening today, 19th October 2017

  • Peter Burgess: A Celebration

    • Date: 19th July 2017 - 18th November 2017
    • Every day
    • Location: Swindon Museum & Art Gallery, Bath Road, Old Town, Swindon SN1 4BA
    • Time: 11:00 - 15:00
    • Cost: £0.00

    During the 1970s, Peter Burgess was Head of Ceramics at Swindon School of Art and advised Swindon Museum and Art Gallery on establishing its collection of studio ceramics.

  • Peter Waldron: Odyssey

    • Date: 11th October 2017 - 18th November 2017
    • Every day
    • Location: Swindon Museum & Art Gallery, Bath Road, Old Town, Swindon SN1 4BA
    • Time: 11:00 - 15:00
    • Cost: £0.00

    Peter Waldron’s bold, abstract paintings are inspired by the rhythm, colour and energy of natural forms.

  • STEAM: 'Going to America' Special Exhibition

    • Date: 22nd July 2017 - 31st December 2017
    • Every day
    • Location: STEAM - Museum of the Great Western Railway
    • Time: 10:00 - 16:00
    • Cost: Entry is free with admission and to STEAM Season Ticket holders.

    Follow the famous journey of King George V and North Star as they travelled to America as part of the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad centenary celebrations.

  • The Lie of the Land: Exploring Modern British Landscapes from the Swindon Collection

    • Date: 19th July 2017 - 18th November 2017
    • Every day
    • Location: Swindon Museum & Art Gallery, Bath Road, Old Town, Swindon SN1 4BA
    • Time: 11:00 - 15:00
    • Cost: £0.00

    The landscape is one of the most powerful and atmospheric themes in art. It can capture shared experiences of the land, transport us to new locales or challenge us with new interpretations of familiar

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