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Jan
7
Mon
2019
Arty Babies FULLY BOOKED
Jan 7 – Apr 1 all-day
Arty Babies FULLY BOOKED @ The Gardener's Lodge | North East Somerset | England | United Kingdom

ALL CLASSES MUST BE BOOKED. BLOCK BOOKINGS ONLY.

TO BOOK BLOCK 1 (7 January -11 February) 6 Weeks, £60 NOW FULLY BOOKED

TO BOOK BLOCK 2 (4 March– 1 April) 5 Weeks, £50 NOW FULLY BOOKED

 

Monday Yearlings FULLY BOOKED
Jan 7 – Apr 1 all-day
Monday Yearlings FULLY BOOKED @ The Gardener's Lodge | North East Somerset | England | United Kingdom

MONDAYS 10.30 AM- 12 NOON

ALL CLASSES MUST BE BOOKED. BLOCK BOOKINGS ONLY.

TO BOOK BLOCK 1 (7 January -11 February) 6 Weeks, £60 BLOCK 1 NOW FULLY BOOKED

TO BOOK BLOCK 2 (4 March– 1 April) 5 Weeks, £50 B2 NOW FULLY BOOKED

 Please email learning@holburne.org to be added to a waiting list.

Jan
8
Tue
2019
Tuesday Yearlings FULLY BOOKED
Jan 8 – Apr 2 all-day
Tuesday Yearlings FULLY BOOKED @ The Gardener's Lodge | North East Somerset | England | United Kingdom

TUESDAYS 10.30 AM- 12 NOON
Block Bookings only to be booked in advance.

TO BOOK BLOCK 1 (8 January -12 February) 6 Weeks, £60 FULLY BOOKED
TO BOOK BLOCK 2 (5 March– 2 April) 5 Weeks, £50 FULLY BOOKED 
TO BOOK BOTH BLOCKS (8 January – 2 April) 11 weeks, excluding 19/26 Feb, £110 FULLY BOOKED

Please email learning@holburne.org to be added to a waiting list

Jan
11
Fri
2019
Afternoon Toddlealongs (2-5 years) FULLY BOOKED
Jan 11 – Apr 5 all-day
Afternoon Toddlealongs (2-5 years) FULLY BOOKED @ The Gardener's Lodge

FRIDAYS 1- 2.30PM

Block Bookings only.

TO BOOK BLOCK 1 (FRI 11 JAN – FRI 15 FEB 6 WEEKS) £60 NOW FULLY BOOKED

TO BOOK BLOCK 2 (FRI 8 MARCH– FRI 5 APRIL, 5 WEEKS) £50 NOW FULLY BOOKED

 Please email learning@holburne.org to be added to a waiting list.

Morning Toddlealongs (2-5 Years) FULLY BOOKED
Jan 11 – Apr 5 all-day
Morning Toddlealongs (2-5 Years) FULLY BOOKED @ The Gardener's Lodge | Bath | England | United Kingdom

FRIDAYS 10.30-12 NOON

Block Bookings only

TO BOOK BLOCK 1 (FRI 11 JAN – FRI 15 FEB, 6 WEEKS) £60 FULLY BOOKED

TO BOOK BLOCK 2 (FRI 8 MARCH– FRI 5 APRIL, 5 WEEKS) £50  FULLY BOOKED

TO BOOK BOTH BLOCKS (FRI 11 JAN – FRI 5 APRIL,11 WEEKS excluding 15/22 Feb) £110  FULLY BOOKED

Please email learning@holburne.org to be added to a waiting list.

Feb
7
Thu
2019
Why Museums Matter
Feb 7 – May 19 all-day
Why Museums Matter @ The Holburne Museum | England | United Kingdom

On the Ballroom table 7 February to 19 May
We invited visitors and people in our local community to complete the statement ‘Museums matter to me because…’ as a way of understanding what people value about museums and how the role of museums is understood in contemporary society. This exciting installation is a visual response to over 1,000 ideas and comments shared with us.

In the Wirth Gallery 7 February to 22 April
Celebrating the role of museums as places of creative inspiration and our Pathways to Wellbeing programme this display showcases the artwork of people who have engaged with individual objects from the Holburne’s collection. It examines the connection between museums, creativity, mental health and wellbeing. Each piece will reveal a personal connection, exploring how individual objects and opportunities to learn new art skills can inspire creative journeys.
For more information about Pathways to Wellbeing please visit Pathways to Wellbeing

Don’t miss related events:
In Conversation Tristram Hunt, Sonia Boyce, Maria Balshaw and Chris Stephens
Symposium Why Museums Matter for Mental Health

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Feb
8
Fri
2019
George Shaw: A Corner of a Foreign Field
Feb 8 – May 6 all-day
George Shaw: A Corner of a Foreign Field   @ The Holburne Museum | England | United Kingdom
George Shaw

The Holburne is the only European venue for Shaw’s major retrospective at the Yale Center for British Art. It covers his career from 1996 to the present, including some new works never shown in the UK. Shaw’s paintings, made with enamel model paint, focus on the Tile Hill estate, a post-war development on the outskirts of Coventry where he grew up, and the ancient woods surrounding it. Steeped in modern and historic fine art traditions, Shaw’s work alludes to twentieth-century painting and photography, and the legacy of such European masters as Titian. The exhibition also features his skills as a draughtsman.

The exhibition has been organized by the Yale Center for British Art in collaboration with the Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art and the Holburne Museum.

Don’t Miss
George Shaw in Conversation with Mark Hallett

General Admission £12.50 | Concessions

Mar
23
Sat
2019
Art Masterclass: Self-Expression
Mar 23 @ 10:30 am – 4:00 pm
Art Masterclass: Self-Expression @ The Holburne Museum | England | United Kingdom

Self-Expression
£30 (all materials included) – maximum 12 places
Be inspired by artists, past and present, who evoke emotion through art.
Develop visual language exploring colour, tone, form and context.
Activities will include a collaborative installation plus colour and texture studies and result in an expressive mixed-media piece of art. Including a visit to Why Museums Matter – an exhibition exploring how the Holburne’s collection can promote creativity and wellbeing.

Led by Lucia Harley – an artist who works with sculpture and installation. Lucia has worked across a wide range of art forms and is a passionate educator with 17 years’ experience teaching all age groups.

 

Artwork by Lois Kemp

Mar
29
Fri
2019
Up Late Friday
Mar 29 @ 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Up Late Friday @ The Holburne Museum | England | United Kingdom

All Up Lates are specially curated by upcoming student talent and arts practitioners from the Universities of Bath Spa, Bath and Bristol.

Some Things Political
Some Things Political incorporates artwork produced by students and tutors from the Contemporary Arts Practice BA programme at Bath School of Art and Design at Bath Spa University.
The work on display responds to the The Holburne Museum’s collection and to politics on macro & micro and personal & international levels. It reflects the multidisciplinary approach and diversity of artistic practice that is characteristic of the Contemporary Arts Practice BA programme.

The exhibition includes: animation, books, film, installations, painting, performance, prints, sculpture, sound and workshops for visitors.

Garden Cafe open for drinks until 8.45pm

Mar
30
Sat
2019
Saturday Art Club – Blooming Botanicals FULLY BOOKED
Mar 30 @ 10:30 am – 12:30 pm
Saturday Art Club - Blooming Botanicals FULLY BOOKED @ The Holburne Museum | England | United Kingdom

30 March NOW FULLY BOOKED – email for waiting list
Blooming Botanicals
Make bold pen and ink drawings based on floral paintings and ceramics.

A fortnightly workshop (term-time, excluding bank holidays) for aspiring young artists. Expand your skills and discover new techniques, exploring the Museum’s permanent collection and temporary exhibitions with our experienced artists, creating something special to take home.