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Nuneaton Museum And Art Gallery

The Museum and Art Gallery has three galleries which house regularly changing temporary and touring art exhibitions. There are also galleries devoted to permanent displays of George Eliot, Local History and fine art.

Temporary exhibition spaces are allocated through an application process open to all.

Full details of the spaces available can be found on our website. These spaces are highly subscribed to, however all applications will be considered.

Nuneaton

United Kingdom
Address:
Museum and Art GalleryRiversley Park
CV11 5TU
Phone: 02476350720
Fax: 02476343559
Website: www.nuneatonandbedworth.gov.uk/leisure-culture/museum-galleries/museum-and-art-gallery




Artists Represented

Graham Hughes
Phillip Ayriss
Claire Sheen


Sample Art Work (3)

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Forthcoming Exhibitions

Hypothetical Landscapes by artist Graham Hughes, Hypothetical Landscapes features a mixture of paintings and digital prints that portray the dynamic quality of the natural world.
18 November 2006 - 21 January 2007

The Art Of Phillip Ayriss is an exceptional colourful exhibition of paintings influenced by visits to scrap yards and a fascination with engineering.
18 November 2006 - 7 January 2007

All Tied Up by Claire Sheen. Claire creates graceful, flowing pieces which are inspired by nature. Observations made from flowers and jellyfish are represented in her work.
11 November 2006 - 21 January 2007


Contact-Directors/Staff

Catherine Nisbet - Senior Museums OfficerChrissy Barlow - Exhibitions Officer


Opening Times

Monday - Closed (Except Bank Holidays)Tuesday - Saturday 10.30 - 4.30Sunday - 2.00 - 4.30