Clothing tells a multitude of human stories with each embroidered stitch contributing to the tale. The Embroidered Bodies: Textile Exhibition at Broadway Museum & Art Gallery will include a selection of garments drawn from the Eastern and Western textile collections of the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford. Works will include a diverse range of garments from hats to shoes, stomachers to collars, dating from as far back as the 1400s right up to the 20th century.
Broadway Museum & Art Gallery, Tudor House, 65 High Street, Broadway WR12 7DP, tel. 01386 859047, is open daily Tuesday to Sunday from 10am to 5pm.
Admission costs £5 with child and family tickets at a reduced cost. For more information about the Museum and the exhibition visit www.broadwaymuseum.org.uk.
The historic hoard of Roman coins discovered on Bredon Hill in June 2011 are being showcased at Broadway Museum and Art Gallery, 65 High Street, Broadway, from today Friday 7th April until Wednesday 31st May.
The Bredon Hill Hoard (also known as the Bredon Hill Roman Coin Hoard) is a hoard of 3,784 debased silver Roman coins found by two metal detectorists on farmland at Bredon Hill (an Iron Age hill fort) in June 2011.
For further information about the display and the Museum’s opening times and entry prices visit http://broadwaymuseum.org.uk.
On Thursday 23rd March 2017, Dr Caroline Palmer, Curator of the Gertrude Hermes Exhibition at Broadway Museum and Art Gallery, will give a talk entitled In the Groove starting at 6.30pm in the Museum, Tudor House, High Street, Broadway.
Caroline Palmer worked as an editor for the art publishers Thames & Hudson before completing her PhD in Art History on the subject of women as connoisseurs and writers on art 1780–1860. A former associate lecturer in the History of Art at Oxford Brookes University, she now supervises the Western Art Print Room of the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford. She recently contributed to the Ashmolean’s Great British Drawings catalogue (2015), and co-edited with Carly Collier Discovering Ancient and Modern Primitives: the Travel Journals of Maria Callcott, 1827–28 for the Walpole Society (2016). Caroline has lectured on a variety of subjects for the Ashmolean (Print Room talks), at Chawton House, at the National Gallery and Tate Britain, and she has a particular interest in the work of women artists in the Ashmolean’s collection.
Tickets £10, including a refreshment, available to book in advance book by emailing: firstname.lastname@example.org. 10% discount on all talks and events for Friends of the Museum. For further information about Broadway Museum and Art Gallery visit http://www.ashmoleanbroadway.org/. The Gertrude Hermes Exhibition runs until 1st May 2017.
Broadway Museum and Art Gallery, Tudor House, 65 High Street, Broadway WR12 7DS opens today, 10th February 2017 at 10am. The new look Museum will feature a few local Broadway panels and an exhibition, curated by Caroline Palmer, on the stunning works of wood engraver Gertrude Hermes OBE. In the Groove: Gertrude Hermes and the Natural World will run until 1st May 2017.
The Museum is open Tuesday – Sunday from 10am to 5pm. For more information visit http://www.ashmoleanbroadway.org or tel. 01386 859047.