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Nomads: Homes on the Move. Walk and talk with architect Gordon Clarke

Nomads: Homes on the Move. Walk and talk with architect Gordon Clarke Thu 18 Jul 2pm Ticket £8 includes refreshments Gallery 22 Join architect and director of the Institute of Nomadic Architecture, Gordon Clarke, on a tour of our Nomads: Homes on the Move exhibition. Whether living in fixed, mobile or temporary homes, nomads share […]

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Royal School of Needlework Exhibition: For Worship and Glory

The Royal School of Needlework, based at the historic Hampton Court Palace, will bring pieces from their collection of ecclesiastical embroideries from 1st – 26th August 2019. The exhibition will feature works that showcase a variety of techniques, including silk shading and metal thread embroidery. In addition to works from the Royal School of Needlework there will […]

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Exeter’s Fine Art Collection: A Sense of Place

Be transported to lands both near and far in this exciting exhibition which explores the theme of place. It features important works from RAMM’s fine art collection from the 18th century to the late 20th century. Artists through the centuries have sought to capture the characteristics that make a place special and unique. In the […]

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Behind the Scenes Tour: More in Store

29 May, 19 Jun,16 Jul, 7 Aug and 28 Sept 2 to 2.50pm £5 Meet in the Courtyard Take a 50-minute behind-the-scenes tour. See some of the reserve collections and find out more about the conservation, display and storage of objects. If you are a wheelchair user, please call 01392 265858 before booking tickets. Location […]

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Journeying to Light: walk and talk with artist Elaine M Goodwin

Welcome spring with a celebration of mosaics and be entranced by the play of light on gold, coloured glass and marble. This retrospective exhibition celebrates forty years of mosaic art by this remarkable artist. Join artist Elaine M Goodwin for a tour around this beautiful exhibition and hear her talk about the work on show. […]

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LAST WEDNESDAY SERIES: MARCH

LAST WEDNESDAY SERIES MARCH ARTIST: TABATHA ANDREWS Tabatha Andrews is a sculptor and installation artist who works with a wide range of materials; from bronze, felt, sound, light and architecture to video projection. Her work visualises energy and unsettles the hierarchy between the senses. /Tabatha Andrews Wed 27 Mar 2019 | 5pm | £3.50* (free […]

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‘Dementia Friendly Around the World with Magic Lantern Slides and Music’ at The RAMM

£5 includes companion and refreshments for two Gallery 20 Enjoy a dementia-friendly morning at RAMM, travelling the world with a Victorian slideshow and a local choir. Let us take you on a journey to see places and faces through Victorian and Edwardian eyes, projected with a real magic lantern and slides from the museum’s collections. […]

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‘Baby-friendly curator talk – Women Artists’ at The RAMM

New for 2019 – introducing our baby-friendly talks by RAMM’s curators. These talks are only for parents and carers with children under 18 months, so there’s no need to worry about disturbing other visitors during the talk. Join Curator Michele Green on a tour around our Women Artists exhibition. Shining a spotlight on female artists […]

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‘Extreme Imagination: inside the mind’s eye’ at The RAMM

When you daydream, remember, or think of someone you know, do you see a picture in your mind? Is it extremely clear and vivid? Or foggy? Or non-existent? If you had no image at all in your mind’s eye, would this affect your work if you were an artist? Extreme Imagination: inside the mind’s eye […]

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Alphington Photographic Group Exhibition

An exhibition of photographs by Alphington Photographic Group, featuring a wide range of photographs, from those taken with DSLR cameras to those snapped with a mobile phone. The group meets monthly at Alphington Primary School, and welcomes new members, regardless of experience level.

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