Despite working until recently about a five minute walk away from RBSA I’ve not really spent much time at this gallery as there never seemed to be enough time in my lunch break to really take in the exhibitions. So when I had some free time a couple of weeks ago I went to see
Happy Sunday friends and welcome to the latest edition of my Week Notes posts. How was your week?
The Paper Museum: The Curious Eye Of Cassiano Dal Pozzo is the latest pop up exhibition at the Barber Institute. Co curated by MA Art History and Curating students, it’s the second exhibition in the partnership between the Royal Collection Trust and the Barber.
Hi all, hope you’re having a wonderful Sunday evening however you’re spending it. It’s been a fairly quiet week for me although I did spend Friday at RBSA and Argentea checking out their latest exhibitions which also involved treating myself to a long overdue visit to Saint Kitchen for a chai and a vegan brownie.
To commemorate the bicentenary this year of the death of world renowned inventor James Watt an exhibition celebrating his life is now on show in the third floor gallery at Library of Birmingham.
Wonder (noun) – A feeling of amazement and admiration, caused by something beautiful, remarkable or unfamiliar. The latest exhibition at Coventry’s Herbert Museum is entitled Wonder – Where Reality and Imaginary Collide. Comprising of works by Antonio Roberts, Ben Javens, Edie Jo Murray, Julia Snowdin, Lucy McLauchlan and Davy & Kristin McGuire the exhibition includes augmented reality, a light pavillion and urban landscapes.