Past Exhibitions

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Bronze Arts Award Week (for 11-16 year olds)

01 Aug 2016 to 06 Aug 2016For 11-16 year olds Monday 1 – Saturday 6 August 9.30am- 4.30pm (Saturday 6 August, 9.30am – 1pm) £250 (maximum of 8 places available) Arts Award is a nationally recognised qualification which supports young people to develop their creativity, communication and leadership skills through the Arts. To book Bronze Arts Award week email or call us on 01225 388568. For more information about Arts Awards see
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Easter at the Holburne

25 Mar 2016 to 12 Apr 2016Visit us this Easter or let us inspire your children at Easter Art Camp with days packed full of fun.

Sound Shift

22 Feb 2016 to 28 Feb 2016IMO (Ideas, Materials and Objects). BA Course- 2nd Year Students
The Young Girls
Mary Cassatt (1844-1926), Oil on canvas
1885, 46.3 x 55.5 cm
© CSG CIC Glasgow Museums and Libraries Collections

Half Term at the Holburne

13 Feb 2016 to 21 Feb 2016

Feb 2016 Family workshop
There is so much happening  this half term at the Holburne Museum:
Impressionism: Capturing Life ( 13 February to 5 June)
Kids go free to our exquisite new exhibition! Don’t forget to take the children to the Sackler Discover Centre after your visit for plenty of fun activities inspired by […]

Tiger's Head, Gold, RCT

Gold An exhibition from the Royal Collection

24 Oct 2015 to 24 Jan 2016Explore the beauty and symbolism of this precious metal through 60 exquisite works, on loan from the Royal Collection, from the Early Bronze Age to the 20th century.

Early Years Brilliant Babes January

20 Jan 2015 to 03 Feb 2015Brilliant Babes runs over three Tuesdays for accompanied babies aged 0-9 months
Illuminate 2012

Illuminate 2015

03 Jan 2015 to 10 Jan 2015Eight nights of projection, performance, installation and illumination from 5 to 8pm
Rob Lunn Self Portrait workshop

Paint a Self-portrait in Oils

04 Mar 2017 to 06 Mar 2017An Adult Workshop with Rob Lunn
IMO Industry live project


20 Feb 2017 to 28 Feb 2017Industry Live Project  
Jan van Kessel the Elder A Cockchafer, Beetle, Woodlice and other insects with a Sprig of Auricula. c.1650. Oil on copper. Ashmolean Museum. University of Oxford.

Holiday Drop-Ins

14 Feb 2017 to 16 Feb 2017Magnificient Mobile!
The Moving Exhibiton

The Moving Exhibition

07 Feb 2017 to 09 Feb 2017

In partnership with Bath Spa University
Tuesday 7 and Wednesday 8 February 1-4pm
A series of interventionist performances give a fresh interpretation to the museum exhibits. Throughout the afternoon dancers and composers from Bath Spa University will present a series of short original performance works in response to the displays and spaces […]

Djordje Ozbolt Smile Benjamin, smile 2016 Acrylic on canvas 100 x 89.5 cm / 39 3/8 x 35 1/4 inches Courtesy the artist and Hauser & Wirth

Djordje Ozbolt: The Grand Detour

17 Nov 2016 to 06 Mar 2017Contemporary Exhibition. Wirth Gallery and around the Museum and grounds
Arthur Atherley as a Pirate

Competition Winners: The Finishing Touch

14 Nov 2016 to 01 Dec 2016'Finishing Touch' Competition Winners.  
Image © Rupert Marlow

Family Holiday Drop-Ins

23 Oct 2016 to 25 Oct 2016Museums Week Free Holiday Drop-ins
Silver Tea Bowl

Silver Light and Shade

21 Oct 2016 to 23 Jan 2017An exhibition that brings together historic and contemporary silver masterpieces to tell a new story about the texture, form and colour of this precious metal. Roper Gallery Your ticket will state 22 January 2017, however it is valid on any day during the run of the exhibition. Please print your ticket purchase and show at the Information desk on arrival
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Morning Toddlealongs (2-5 yrs) FULLY BOOKED

08 Sep 2016 to 17 Dec 2016Our weekly workshops, led by Chrissie Weltike, are held in the cosy environment of the Gardener’s Lodge. They help parents and pre-school children to play and learn together through songs, stories, and creative activities inspired by the Museum’s collection, exhibitions and location. Due to room capacity, we request that parents make alternative arrangements for additional siblings over the age of one.  Please note that all places must be booked and paid for in advance.   Get arty with a new museum-related theme every week.
Yearlings Workshop

Afternoon Toddlealongs (2-5 yrs) FULLY BOOKED

08 Sep 2016 to 17 Dec 2016Our weekly workshops, led by Chrissie Weltike, are held in the cosy environment of the Gardener’s Lodge. They help parents and pre-school children to play and learn together through songs, stories, and creative activities inspired by the Museum’s collection, exhibitions and location. Due to room capacity, we request that parents make alternative arrangements for additional siblings over the age of one.  Please note that all places must be booked and paid for in advance.   Get arty with a new museum-related theme every week.
Choosing butterflies

Recollection and Afternoon Tea

07 Sep 2016 to 13 Oct 2016Creative Workshops for People who Experience Memory Problems  
Monday Yearlings Chrissie Weltike

Tuesday Yearlings (12-24 months) FULLY BOOKED

05 Sep 2016 to 14 Dec 2016HOLBURNE EARLY YEARS WORKSHOPS Our popular weekly workshops, led by Chrissie Weltike, are held in the cosy environment of the Gardener’s Lodge. They help parents and pre-school children to play and learn together through songs, stories, and creative activities inspired by the Museum’s collection, exhibitions and location.  Please note that all places must be booked and paid for in advance.
Celebrate the changing seasons with songs, sensory exploration and creative activities. Sessions designed for both adults and children to enjoy.
Monday Yearlings

Monday Yearlings (12-24 months) FULLY BOOKED

04 Sep 2016 to 13 Dec 2016HOLBURNE EARLY YEARS WORKSHOPS Our popular weekly workshops, led by Chrissie Weltike, are held in the cosy environment of the Gardener’s Lodge. They help parents and pre-school children to play and learn together through songs, stories, and creative activities inspired by the Museum’s collection, exhibitions and location.  Please note that all places must be booked and paid for in advance.
Celebrate the changing seasons with songs, sensory exploration and creative activities. Sessions designed for both adults and children to enjoy.  
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Summer Art Camp

21 Aug 2016 to 25 Aug 2016Summer Art Camp for 5-12 year olds
Cinema Under the Stars

Cinema Under the Stars

10 Aug 2016 to 14 Aug 2016

This August, The Little Theatre Cinema brings four terrific films to a huge screen set under the summer firmament at the Holburne Museum. What’s more, the Holburne’s gorgeous café will be open, serving food, soft drinks and alcoholic refreshment.
Screenings will take place around 9.00, or as soon as it becomes […]

Linda Brothwell The Missing © India Hobson

Linda Brothwell: The Missing

05 Aug 2016 to 03 Jan 2017

In a new On the Table commission Linda Brothwell, a pioneer of contemporary British craft skills, will create a playground of textures and colours in stone, wood and metalwork in response to the most intricate works in the Holburne Museum’s collection. In a dramatic exploration of materials, Brothwell’s work will […]

Summer Art Camp

Summer Art Camp

31 Jul 2016 to 05 Aug 2016Summer Art Camp for 5-12 year olds
Summer Art Camp 2016

Summer Art Camp

24 Jul 2016 to 29 Jul 2016Summer Art Camp for 5-12 year olds
Witcombe cabinet (detail), English, Japaned and silverd wood, about 1697, 203X120X60cm. The Holburne Museum 2005

Take One: Witcombe Cabinet

01 Jul 2016 to 03 Jul 2016Clore Learning Space

Stubbs and the Wild

24 Jun 2016 to 02 Oct 2016

‘This is not a huge exhibition, but it might just change your life.’ Jonathan Jones, The Guardian

‘a diverting new exhibition at the sparkling Holburne museum’ Alastair Sooke, The Daily Telegraph
Today George Stubbs (1724-1806) is known and loved for his anatomically accurate and sensitively realistic portraits of magnificent horses and their […]

Renoir Young Woman Seated Barber Instituteof Fine Arts University of Birmingham

Impressionism: Capturing Life

13 Feb 2016 to 05 Jun 2016An exquisite new exhibition curated by the Holburne Museum’s Director, Jennifer Scott, which brings together 28 masterpieces from British public collections to celebrate the Impressionists’ observations of humanity.
Unknown Artist: A market Women with Fruit. Eighteen century. Pastel on paper. 81.3X66 cm © The Holburne Museum

A Handful of Dust

13 Feb 2016 to 07 Nov 2016Georgian Pastels from the Permanent Collection. Free admission.
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The Holburne Lantern Procession 2015

23 Nov 2015 to 01 Jan 2016Well done and thank you to everyone involved in this year’s Holburne Lantern Procession. It was amazing! Please visit our Lantern Procession Gallery to see some images of this wonderful evening. Our thanks to students from the Film and TV course at Bath Spa University for the film below.  
Michael Eden History Re-Printed

Michael Eden History Re-Printed

21 Nov 2015 to 28 Mar 2016A new commission for the Holburne
Cloud Leopard courtesy Solo Kojima

Nahoko Kojima Honey Bee

23 Oct 2015 to 25 Jan 2016A paper cut sculpture in gold
Punch & Judy

Canaletto Weekender

23 Jul 2015 to 26 Jul 2015A long weekend of fun exhibition-inspired events.

Take One Wedgwood Vase

03 Jul 2015 to 05 Jul 2015

An exhibition showcasing local schoolchildren’s creative responses to a beautiful Wedgwood vase in our collection. The children took part in ‘Take One’ – a programme developed by the National Gallery to support primary school teachers to develop exciting cross-curricular projects focusing on one museum object. The vase was chosen for […]

Into the Weave photo by Richard Richards


26 Jun 2015 to 04 Oct 2015Murmuration: a new work by Laura Ellen Bacon
A View of Walton Bridge, Canaletto (c) Dulwich Picture Gallery

Canaletto Celebrating Britain

26 Jun 2015 to 04 Oct 2015When the Venetian painter Antonio Canal arrived in London in 1746, Britain was booming. During his nine-year stay, the artist captured the latest achievements of British architecture and engineering. Including loans from Compton Verney, The National Trust, The British Museum, Royal Collection Trust and Tate this exhibition also features Canaletto’s British contemporaries and a review of John Wood’s reinvention of architecture in Bath.    
Detail of ceramic by Nicholas Rena

Nicholas Rena: After Matisse

21 Mar 2015 to 17 May 2015

A brand new commission for the Holburne Museum

Charlotte Sorapure

The Observer Observed: A Portrait of Don McCullin by Charlotte Sorapure

14 Mar 2015 to 07 Jun 2015The Observer Observed: A Portrait of Don McCullin by Charlotte Sorapure
Still Life with Boats, Christopher Wood, 1930, Swindon Collection

Gwen John to Lucian Freud Home and the World Dexter Dalwood Selects from the Swindon Collection

28 Feb 2015 to 07 May 2015Gwen John to Lucian Freud: Home and the World Dexter Dalwood selects from the Swindon Collection. The 32 works in this exhibition are linked by the theme ‘Home and The World’, which juxtaposes a confident sense of national identity with a yearning for exploration. Varied artistic approaches reveal the changing landscape of twentieth-century art in this country: the boldness of Vanessa Bell, the introversion of Gwen John, the gravitas of Duncan Grant, the Pop Art invention of Richard Hamilton and the intensity of Lucian Freud. Despite the differences in their approach to making art, we see how these artists responded to the world around them and to each other.


04 Feb 2015 to 06 Feb 2015

Various Times
Free event
A series of interventionist performances give our exhibits a fresh interpretation. Throughout the day dancers and composers will present a series of short original performance works in response to the exhibits and spaces of the Museum. Be prepared to be surprised and delighted as dances appear as if […]

Pembroke Castle by JMW Turner

Turner: Watercolours from the West – An intimate touring Show

10 Jan 2015 to 09 Mar 2015

This small exhibition brings together watercolours by JMW Turner from five important art collections: Bristol Museum and Art Gallery, the Holburne Museum and the Victoria Art Gallery in Bath, The Wilson in Cheltenham as well as a private collection in Somerset.
JMW Turner, one of the foremost landscape painters in […]

Fracked by Paul Scott

Confected, Borrowed and Blue…an installation by Paul Scott

01 Nov 2014 to 19 Jan 2015In Paul Scott’s hands, domestic ceramics mutate into subversive comments on our life and times. Radioactivity warning signs are tucked into the border of Willow Pattern plates; jet planes streak across idealised rural landscapes.
Triangle from the Holburne sisters' Family Album

The Nameless Grace an Installation by Holly Davey

17 Oct 2014 to 05 Jan 2015

Holly Davey has been researching the Museum’s collection with a particular interest in the three Holburne sisters, especially Mary Ann Barbara (1802 – 1882), the last of the Holburne family line. Working with objects from the collection and research surrounding the period, Davey’s installation blurs the boundaries between fact and […]

Bath Races

High Spirits – The Comic Art of Thomas Rowlandson

26 Sep 2014 to 16 Feb 2015

The absurdities of fashion, the perils of love, political machinations and royal intrigue were the daily subject matter of Thomas Rowlandson, one of the leading caricaturists of Georgian England.
Rowlandson was working at a time when English satirical prints were prized by collectors across Europe. A number of the works in […]


25 Sep 2014 to 05 Oct 2014

This year’s fantastic line up for the largest dedicated children’s book festival in Europe is programmed by Guest Artistic Director and award-winning children’s author David Almond. Highlights include: Michael Morpurgo, Benjamin Zephaniah, John Burningham and Lauren Child, as well as all-time favourites, Peppa Pig, Lego and Minecraft. At the Holburne […]

Edouart Scissor Hands

11 Jul 2014 to 12 Oct 2014

This is a rare opportunity to enjoy the Holburne’s collection of portraits by the French silhouette-cutter Augustin Edouart (1789-1861). The realism and detail of Edouart’s full-length characters, simply cut out of black paper “by scissors alone”, is remarkable. The exhibition will include some of his finest and most famous silhouettes.
Thanks […]

Unwelcome Visitors

Unwelcome Visitors

13 Jun 2014 to 17 Sep 2014

The Museum is under threat from an infestation of minute malevolent skeleton fairies. A spate of thefts and mysterious breakages have alerted us to their presence, and they have been observed wreaking quiet havoc amongst the decorative art collections. Please be vigilant.
We are working to get the infestation under control, […]

Gesture in Theatrical Portraits

06 Jun 2014 to 06 Jul 2014

Striking a Pose: Gesture in Theatrical Portraits
Wirth Gallery | Free
This exhibition brings together rarely-exhibited works from two important local collections of eighteenth-century theatrical portraiture: the Somerset Maugham collection at the Holburne and the Mander & Mitchenson Collection at the University of Bristol Theatre Collection. It will be curated by students […]

Julian Opie Collected Works

Julian Opie Collected Works

20 May 2014 to 14 Sep 2014

Julian Opie: Collected Works continues a series of exhibitions at the Holburne exploring artists and their collections. One of this country’s most important and successful contemporary artists this will be Opie’s first one person exhibition in a UK museum for over ten years. Uniquely it will bring together his own […]

Stereoscopic Photographs of Picasso

Stereoscopic Photographs of Picasso

22 Feb 2014 to 01 Jun 2014

Stereoscopic Photographs of Pablo Picasso by Robert Mouzillat
Wirth Gallery | Free
This exhibition presents, for the first time, a small part of an extraordinary collection of colour stereoscopic photographs of Picasso taken over the Easter weekend of 1957 by the pioneering 3D photographer Robert Mouzillat.
These amazing photographs of Picasso were taken […]

A Ballroom Banquet

A Ballroom Banquet

15 Feb 2014 to 21 Apr 2014

‘A Ballroom Banquet’ by Kathy Dalwood continues a series of contemporary interventions at the Holburne Museum which juxtapose the traditional and modern to create unique and surprising interpretations which reference the Holburne’s history, building, location and collection. Spectacular displays using the Museum’s Ballroom Table have to date included work by […]

Joseph Wright

Joseph Wright

25 Jan 2014 to 05 May 2014

Joseph Wright of Derby: Bath and Beyond
Roper Gallery £6.95 | Concessions
‘A cracking show about a fascinating painter’ Richard Dorment The Telegraph>>
‘Wright there: Derby artist’s sojourn in Bath revisited’ Mark Brown The Guardian>>
‘Joseph Wright’s time in Bath was grim but, as an exhibition in the city illustrates, it was also the […]

Simon Brett

16 Nov 2013 to 10 Feb 2014

Simon Brett: Fifty Years of Wood Engraving
Wirth Gallery
Simon Brett is one of Britain’s leading wood engravers. He has made over a thousand engravings for limited edition prints, bookplates and, most often, book illustrations. This exhibition celebrates the half century he has spent making wood engravings since his student days at […]



11 Oct 2013 to 08 Jan 2014

Characters: Portraits and People from the Arts Council Collection
£6.95 | Concessions | Tel 01225 388569
This striking and entertaining exhibition, selected from the Arts Council’s Collection, brings together a host of characters both real and imagined. Painted by British artists over the last 60 years it will feature works by Francis […]

James Giles

27 Sep 2013 to 11 Nov 2013

James Giles: ‘ingenious’ painter of porcelain
Ballroom Table
James Giles (1718-1780) produced some of the most beautifully decorated of all English eighteenth-century porcelain and glass. His Soho workshop specialised in decorating plain white porcelain from other factories with exquisite painted birds, flowers, fruit and figures. Long admired by collectors, this show brings […]

The Duchess of Cambridge by Paul Emsley

The Duchess of Cambridge by Paul Emsley

06 Sep 2013 to 07 Nov 2013

This is the only display of the first official painted portrait of the Duchess of Cambridge outside London this year.
The painting by artist Paul Emsley was unveiled at the National Portrait Gallery in January. The Holburne is a fitting place to show this important portrait – a few miles from […]

Coppiced Wood

Coppiced Wood

05 Jul 2013 to 08 Sep 2013

Junko Mori is one of the country’s most exciting and innovative contemporary metalsmiths. Coppiced Wood is an exhibition of new work that is a direct response to the unique position of the Holburne Museum within the eighteenth-century landscape of Sydney Gardens. This new work is significantly larger in scale than […]

Ruby's Room

Ruby’s Room

21 May 2013 to 01 Sep 2013

Ruby’s Room
Photographic Miniatures by Bettina von Zwehl
Wirth Gallery FREE
We have commissioned renowned German photographer Bettina von Zwehl to make new work for the Holburne that responds to our collection of historic portrait miniatures. Bettina was particularly struck by an unusual early nineteenth-century miniature on display which shows a group of […]

Royal Collection - Gerrit

Royal Collection

21 May 2013 to 29 Sep 2013

Gerrit Dou, A Girl Chopping Onions, 1646
Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall Cook and writer Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall puzzles over the dish being prepared in this painting.

Rembrandt van Rijn, An Old Woman, called ‘The Artist’s Mother’, c.1627-9
Maggi Hambling Painter and sculptor Maggi Hambling looks closely at this remarkable portrait.


Ladies Let's Rip!

Ladies Let’s Rip!

12 Apr 2013 to 09 May 2013

Ladies, Let’s Rip!
An installation by Julie Verhoeven sponsored by the School of Art & Design, Bath Spa University
Artist and designer Julie Verhoeven has been commissioned to produce an installation inspired by the city specially created forBath in Fashion 2013. Her work is multi-disciplined across art and fashion; from illustration and […]

Sylvia Gosse

27 Feb 2013 to 12 May 2013

Sylvia Gosse: Streets of Bath
FREE admission
In 1934, Sylvia Gosse (1881-1968) gave the Holburne some “drawings I made of the Streets of Bath some years ago” – probably in 1916 when she was living in Bladud Buildings. Gosse was among the most accomplished of the circle around Walter Richard Sickert (1860-1942), […]

Folded Beauty

02 Feb 2013 to 06 May 2013

Folded Beauty: Masterpieces in Linen by Joan Sallas
Free admission
The Holburne will host an exhibition of elaborately folded napkins and linen made by Joan Sallas after Renaissance and Baroque patterns. This will be the first time that such an exhibition has been held in the UK and the first time that […]

Painted Pomp

Painted Pomp

26 Jan 2013 to 06 May 2013

Painted Pomp: Art and Fashion in the Age of Shakespeare
One of the most important groups of Jacobean portraits in the country forms the centrepiece of this exceptional exhibition. Nine sumptuous full-length portraits by William Larkin, painted around 1613-18, will be displayed alongside rare survivals of dress from the period with […]

Secret Splendour

Secret Splendour

26 Oct 2012 to 07 Jan 2013

Secret Splendour: the hidden world of Baroque Cabinets
£6.50 / concessions
This revealing exhibition casts new light on some of the most magnificent and expensive furniture ever produced. Made from a wide variety of rare and exotic materials including amber, ivory, tortoiseshell, pietra dura and silver, cabinets-on-stands were one of the great […]



26 Oct 2012 to 07 Jan 2013

Ceramic Sculpture by Jo Taylor
Jo Taylor recently completed her MA in 3D Design Ceramics at Bath Spa University. Her dramatic work is influenced by Baroque and Rococo plasterwork, wrought iron and architecture. Th eclay is formed by hand to create fragments, which are then assembled to create larger forms which […]

Belfast Boy

Belfast Boy

26 Oct 2012 to 18 Feb 2013

Belfast Boy – Clarke’s Cabinet of Home, Heart and Hearth by Mark Clarke
This installation created especially for the Holburne to complement Secret Splendour by Mark Clarke explores life, love and loss and bears testimony to the constant and silent presence of bereavement within the family home.
The piece is inspired by […]

Horrible Histories

Horrible Histories

28 Sep 2012 to 05 Oct 2012 Horrible Histories Clore Learning Space A unique exhibition of Martin Brown’s illustrations from the Horrible Histories series. You can see this unique display at the times listed below. Venue Clore Learning Space Times Please see listing for details Admission Free
Portrait Prize 2012

Portrait Prize 2012

21 Sep 2012 to 14 Oct 2012

2012 Holburne Portrait Prize
£5 / concessions
Our portrait competition for artists in the south west runs every other year and each time we receive entrants’ work we are delighted with the quality of the paintings and variety of style within this flourishing tradition. A prize panel of judges have awarded the […]

War and Pieces

War and Pieces

31 Aug 2012 to 02 Dec 2012

Bouke De Vries: War & Pieces
Ceramic artist Bouke de Vries has created a unique contemporary installation on the Holburne’s Ballroom table. His work is inspired by the eighteenth-century fashion for decorating banqueting tables with extravagant porcelain and sugar sculptures, War & Pieces draws on the tradition of grand banquets and […]

What Are You Like

What Are You Like

20 Jul 2012 to 17 Oct 2012

What Are You Like? from House of Illustration
Based on a Victorian parlour game people in the public eye were invited to create a self-revealing artwork by illustrating 8 of their favourite things from a list of 12 including their favourite animal, book, item of clothing, comfort, food, pastime, place, possession, […]

Call for entries

21 Jun 2012 to 22 Jun 2012

Call for entries for the 2012 Holburne Portrait Prize

We invite applications for this year’s Holburne Portrait Prize. Submissions must be received via our application form by post by 22 June 2012. Please download your pdf application form here>>  
The Holburne 2012 Portrait Prize will run from 22 September to 14 October at […]

Portrait Sculpture

Portrait Sculpture

25 May 2012 to 02 Sep 2012

Presence: The Art of Portrait Sculpture
Admission £6.95 / concessions
What the critics have said about Presence: the art of portrait sculpture
“wonderfully vivid and ambitious” The Times
“terrific, original and inventive” The Observer
“exhilarating” The Independent
Read Laura Cumming’s review for the Observer here>>
This original and inventive exhibition brings together some of the most striking […]

An affair with scale

24 May 2012 to 02 Sep 2012

An Affair with Scale: Monumental Ceramics by Felicity Aylieff
Since 2006 internationally renowned (and Bath-based) artist Felicity Aylieff has been collaborating with ceramic factories in Jingdezhen in China to make extraordinary monumental pots which she decorates with vibrant contemporary translations of traditionally used techniques. During the summer months we are thrilled […]

Local Heroes

Local Heroes

20 Apr 2012 to 24 Jun 2012

Local Heroes: The Holburne Portrait Prize Commissions
We celebrate the wealth of talent in the south west with the unveiling of our most recent commissions by prize-winners David Fisher, who has painted the actress Stephanie Cole and Sally Muir who chose to paint Bill Bailey. These will hang alongside all of our […]

Stephen Jones

Stephen Jones

24 Mar 2012 to 08 May 2012

As part of Bath In Fashion 2012 milliner Stephen Jones has curated an exclusive exhibition at the Holburne Museum. A selection of his hats made over the past thirty years will be beautifully displayed on vintage mannequin heads in the stunning surroundings of the Holburne’s ballroom gallery among its own […]

Art of Arrangement

Art of Arrangement

11 Feb 2012 to 07 May 2012

Art of Arrangement: Photography and the Still Life Tradition
Admission £6.50 / Concessions
Art of Arrangement: Photography and the Still Life Tradition is a visually arresting exhibition organised in partnership with the National Media Museum, it surveys the many ways in which photographers have explored still life.
The Royal Photographic Society Collection at […]

Louis Ghost Chair

Louis Ghost Chair

21 Jan 2012 to 15 Apr 2012

Louis Ghost Chair
Admission FREE
Louis Ghost Chair, a new work by Simon Martin, premieres at Bath’s Holburne Museum. This ambitious new work has been jointly commissioned by the Holburne Museum and Film and Video Umbrella.
The film continues a line of subtle and engaging works by Simon Martin which reflect on particular moments […]