Exhibitions

 

Idiosyncrasies by Outline Art, 11th May 2022 – 16th July 2022.

Idiosyncrasies art exhibition at Nantwich Museum

This is a new free exhibition by Outline Art.

Idiosyncrasies art exhibition at Nantwich Museum

Outline Art are a group of professional artists who live on the Cheshire East and Staffordshire borders. In their latest exhibition Outline Art artists have taken the opportunity to reflect on their own idiosyncrasies and individual practices.  The exhibition offers the visitor a mini retrospective of their work from the past few years, as well as some current pieces, each member has included dialogue explaining something of the processes which are particular to them and their work. It includes information about research, exploration of ideas, methods, materials and techniques. The exhibition includes painting, mixed media, print, textiles and photography.

Rotary Club’s Art and Handwriting competition.

We have work by pupils from local schools as part of the Rotary Club’s Art and Handwriting competition. This is on display throughout the Museum.

Coffee Mornings

We restart of our final Friday of the month coffee mornings on Friday 27th May 2022.

Plant Sale

Our popular Plant Sale will take place at 10-12pm on Saturday 28th May 2022.

We will also  have a book sale on Saturday 6th August 2022 – this will just be history books only.

Coming up later in 2022

  • The Jubilee we will also be featuring the work of local school children and will be part of a trail which will lead down Pillory Street and Hospital Street.
  • Nantwich’s Sporting Stories, 20th July – 24th September
  • Reincarnated Rubbish by Val Hunt, 28th September – 26 November

Get Involved

We welcome applications from people and groups wanting to stage exhibitions. Contact us on enquiries@nantwichmuseum.org.uk or telephone 01270 627104 for more information or an application form.

Online Exhibitions

Past online exhibitions can be viewed by clicking the links below:

Online Nantwich History Exhibitions

Online Guest Exhibitions

*Please note that the Millennium Gallery is a multi-functional room that is sometimes used for talks and school visits. If you are come specifically to visit a temproary exhibition, please check with us beforehand that the gallery will be available on your visit.