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The 2018 Nantwich Camera Club Photographic Exhibition

Golden Eagle by Robert Gough

The 2018 Nantwich Camera Club Photographic Exhibition has opened in the Millennium Gallery, Nantwich Museum and will run until Saturday 5 January 2019. Featuring recent work from members of the popular and successful club, the annual event, which is always well received, includes superb print and projected images. There is a wide range of truly inspiring subjects…. (read more)

“Asian Serendipity” at Nantwich Museum

Asian Serendipity, an exhibition by Aneta Talbot in the Your Space Gallery at Nantwich Museum, features a myriad of selected images taken during recent travel across Asia focused on Singapore, Thailand, Cambodia, India and Sri Lanka. The exhibition runs until Saturday 21 October. Photographer Aneta Talbot, who now lives in Nantwich, spent nearly 20 years… (read more)

“Drawn from the Weaver” exhibition opens at Nantwich Museum

Drawn from the Weaver – an exhibition by local artists Pamela Field, Pauline Leaver and Celia Rowlands is part of a visual exploration of the River Weaver from its source to entry into the Manchester Ship Canal running in the Your Space Gallery at Nantwich Museum from Wednesday 12 July to Saturday 9 September. The main… (read more)

Skoolzfest 17 Artwork at Nantwich Museum

The artistic talents of local school children are displayed at Nantwich Museum in the fifth exhibition in the series of Skoolzfest’s. This year’s Skoolzfest 17 exhibition in the Millennium Gallery runs until Saturday 8th July 2017 taking the theme of ‘New Beginnings’. Admission to the museum and exhibition is free. The exhibition features artwork from… (read more)

A Celebration of William Shakespeare at Nantwich Museum

Othello oil on canvas

“A Celebration of William Shakespeare,” an exhibition by local artist John Harrison has opened in the Millennium Gallery at Nantwich Museum and runs until Saturday 3 June. The 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death in 2016 inspired several exhibitions in New York by John Harrison. This exhibition has been derived from these, together with additional material… (read more)