EXHIBITIONS; ART and Exhibitions

By Bell, Lucy | Coventry Evening Telegraph (England), October 30, 1999 | Go to article overview

EXHIBITIONS; ART and Exhibitions


Bell, Lucy, Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)


COVENTRY

The Herbert Art Gallery: Heart of England Biennial Exhibiton, until Nov 21; Open Heritage Display, until Sunday; Half term activities for children: drawing contests, colouring and quizzes.

Tea room display: Coventry Photographic Society, conventional and digital images, until Nov 10.

Museum of British Road Transport: Ferguson: Man of Invention, until Nov 28; 10am-5pm every day. Free.

Coventry Arts and Crafts Umbrella Ltd, Lower Precinct: Exhibition by local artists, including computer fantasy prints by Joy Russell. Mon-Sat, 10am-5.30pm.

The Mead Gallery: Warwick University: Different Places, 1960s abstract paintings, until Nov 6 and Simulacra, work of artists born in the 1960s, until Nov 6.

Triumph Art Society: Annual exhibition by 30 artists at the Earl Street Showcase until November 6. Open every day from 10am to 4pm except Sunday. WARWICK

Warwickshire Museum, Market Place: Exhibition by Phil Ivens, photographer, until Nov 27.

NUNEATON

Art gallery and museum: Networking by post and fax, until Nov 14.

LEAMINGTON

Leamington art gallery: Leamington Open Exhibition, until Dec 5. (Gallery closed Mondays)

Gaia,Southtown Gallery, off Bath St: Exhibition by Rosalie Jordan, until Nov 8.

KENILWORTH

The Jane Powell art studio, High St: Paintings by Rupert Cordeux (formerly Rupert Chicken), until Nov 6; Edward Bowen, pottery and sculpture, until Nov 7. …

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