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  • 07-06-2017 09:11:52

Discover many memorable moments at Scarborough Art Gallery & the Rotunda Museum this June!

 

What's On this June

Spreading the Joy exhibition at Scarborough Art Gallery

Spreading Joy

Until 11 June 
Community Gallery, Scarborough Art Gallery

Spreading Joy is an exhibition held in the Community Gallery, showcasing work from Scarborough Art Forum, a group of over 400 artists living in the Scarborough Borough.  
Originally set up by Bronwyn Fullerton and then by Joy Green, the exhibition is in honour of Joy Green who inspired so many artists and members of the public, to enjoy art, to have fun with art and to break the rules of making art. The exhibition will showcase a diverse range of work from pastels, watercolours, print, textiles and 3D work from artists who are members of the Scarborough Art Forum. 

Under 18s are FREE
Adults FREE with Annual Pass

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Lasting Impressions at Scarborough Art Gallery

LAST CHANCE TO SEE: Lasting Impressions

A selection of works from the Printmakers Council
Until 18 June
Scarborough Art Gallery

Come and see a stunning range of selected works from the Printmakers Council archive, many of which have never been on public display before. The exhibition showcases a range of techniques, reflecting the diversity and innovation of The Printmakers Council, which is run by artists to promote and develop printmaking and includes artists from around the world.

Under 18s are FREE
Adults FREE with Annual Pass
Find out more information about the exhibition here

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SMT Volunteers: Rowntrees of Scarborough

SMT Volunteers: Rowntrees of Scarborough

13 June - 9 July
Community Exhibition
Scarborough Art Gallery

Do you remember Rowntree’s department store and cafés in Scarborough? This exhibition, curated by local volunteers, brings those memories back to life. It features a variety of rarely seen objects and photographs from the Scarborough Collections. Come along and share your memories!

Under 18s are FREE
Adults FREE with Annual Pass

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A Day at the Seaside

Exhibition: A Day at the Seaside
1 July -  24 September
Scarborough Art Gallery

Sun, sand and spades, or wet, windy weekends - what has a seaside holiday meant over the centuries? The traditions of a seaside holiday and how it has changed over time is explored in this exhibition. Come and see what makes the British seaside holiday so unique!

Under 18s are FREE
Adults FREE with Annual Pass
Visit the Seaside Heritage Project website for more information.

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Knit2gether

Knit2gether

7 June, 2pm – 4pm
Scarborough Art Gallery

Help the charity knit a giant seaside wall hanging from knitted squares and sea creatures for the A Day at the Seaside exhibition at the Art Gallery from 1 July-24 September. Don’t worry if you can’t knit - we’ll show you how!

Under 18s are FREE
Adults FREE with Annual Pass
Suitable for all ages but children must be accompanied at all times

Drop-In on the day

Find out more about Knit2gether

Saturday Art Club

Saturday Art Club

Every Saturday, 10.30am - 12pm
3,10,17, 24 June
1,8,15, 22, 29 July

Scarborough Art Gallery
Get the weekend off to a creative start with your family and friends. Meet in the Art Gallery to gather inspiration then head to Woodend, just next door, to make some art of your own. Participate in 5 consecutive sessions and the 6th is free! Accessible toilet and baby changing facilities available.
 
£3 per person (adult or child)
Children must be accompanied by a parent/carer throughout the workshop.
Suitable for all ages

Booking required- call 01723 374753
Find out more about Saturday Art Club

Take One: Robert Champley Talk

Take One: Robert Champley

6 July, 12.30pm
Rotunda Museum

What links a small statue from Herculaneum to a life-consuming hunt for the eggs of an extinct bird? Find out about the fascinating life and obsessions of Robert Champley, twice Mayor of Scarborough and member of the Philosophical Society.

Under 18s are FREE
Adults FREE with Annual Pass
Drop-in on the day
Find out more about Take One: Robert Champley

Disclaimer: Please note all events can be subject to change. 

Elsewhere at other galleries:

Spreading the Joy exhibition at Scarborough Art Gallery

WORK ON LOAN:
Ravilious & Co: The Pattern of Friendship

English Artist Designers 1922 – 1942
27 May – 17 September

Towner Art Gallery, Eastbourne

Scarborough Museums Trust is delighted to be loaning the artwork, for an exhibition at Towner Art Gallery, which will feature a piece by Edward Bawden,The Pond, Great Bardfield (Turning While Your Bones Last),1933 on loan from the Scarborough Art Gallery.
Ravilious & Co: The Pattern of Friendship exhibition is based on new research and telling a story that has never been told before, this exhibition of the artist and designer Eric Ravilious (1903-1942), coincides with the 75th anniversary of his death, exploring a number of relationships and working collaborations between Ravilious and an important group of friends and affiliates, including Edward Bawden (1903-1989).
The exhibition will include many of Ravilious’ key works shown alongside both well-known and less seen works by his contemporaries. The exhibition represents the wide range of media in which the artists worked, from watercolours to woodcuts, lithographic prints, book jackets and illustrations, patterned papers, and wallpaper and fabric design.

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