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What’s on in September 2016

GeneralPosted by Communications Officer Sat, September 03, 2016 08:01:47

An example of the work created by Level V Textile Group

What’s on in September 2016

NEW!

Home Front - Newport during the First World War, 10 September – 29 October

By Level V Textile Group

In the centenary of the First World War there are many commemorations of the battles fought and the men who died. However, what is often overlooked is how this devastating war touched and altered everyday lives at home. This is the aspect of the First World War that Level V wanted to explore. Level V are a group of textile artists who came together while studying City & Guilds Creative Embroidery and this is the group’s first exhibition.

Exhibitions


Your Gallery: An Exhibition of Paintings chosen by You, until spring 2017

Let’s Discover Food, until 3 September

Talks, Tours and Activities

Every Tuesday, 2pm – 3.30pm

Remember when…?

Join Museum volunteer Peter Brown and share your memories of living in Newport.

7 September, 1pm – 1.45pm

Lunchtime Talk: Looking after Museum Collections

13 September, 7pm – 8.30pm (access from 6.30pm)

Gwent Archives Explained; a talk by Rhiannon Griffiths and Rhiannon Phillips (Conservator & Learning and Community Outreach Archivist). This talk has been organised by the Friends of Newport Museum and Art Gallery. To join the Friends visit http://fonmag.org.uk/. Free for members, £2.00 for non-members.

21 September, 1pm – 1.30pm

Lunchtime Tour: Newport Transporter Bridge exhibition

Museum& Art Gallery trails for children are available throughout the year.

Exhibitions and activities take place at Newport Museum and Art Gallery and are free unless stated otherwise. For more information please visit http://www.newport.gov.uk/heritage

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