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Emilie Taylor: May Day May Day May Day

18 May- 10 July 2021

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Emilie Taylor’s monumental pots use the English heritage craft of Slipware to interpret and represent post-industrial landscapes. Taylor’s work combines studio ceramics with collaboration within the community to draw out local voices. Looking at May Day traditions, this exhibition will showcase a birch maypole installed in Rugby Art Gallery and Museum’s circular exhibition space displaying an embroidered call to arms.

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Images of Rugby

18 May - 8 January

images of rugby

The exhibition will showcase previously unseen photographs by Rugby photographers along with artworks and postcards highlighting the changing face of the town all from the museum’s social history collection.

Image: (2259) Photograph of Church Street taken by Rodney Huntingford (photographer at Redding’s Photographic Studios) from 1953


Life behind the Landscape 

17 July - 4 September 2021

The Boat

Celebrating art, travel and communication we explore why artists are inspired by a particular place, and what makes them repeatedly return. Drawn from Rugby Art Gallery and Museum’s renowned collection, this exhibition explores why artists are captivated by the spirit of a place and includes paintings by Prunella Clough, L.S. Lowry, John Minton, and Graham Sutherland. 


Zarah Hussain: Particles of Colour

18 September- 13 November 2021


Lego

Work from 18 international artists

New dates coming soon

The Brick by Brick exhibition gathers the work of 18 artists, designers and photographers from around the world who use LEGO® bricks as their medium or inspiration. Using this simple plastic construction block as their starting point, they have created stunning, thought provoking and often humorous artworks which will appeal to art enthusiasts and LEGO® fans alike.

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Images credits

  • Afternoon of a Faun by David Hughes
  • Alex, Clockwork Orange by David Hughes
  • The Stuff I Didn’t See by David Hughes

Children's Activity Booklet

Photography: James Mulkeen’.

‘A 20-21 Visual Arts Centre Touring Exhibition’.

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