Exhibitions; Art and Exhibitions

By Bell, Lucy | Coventry Evening Telegraph (England), June 16, 2000 | Go to article overview

Exhibitions; Art and Exhibitions


Bell, Lucy, Coventry Evening Telegraph (England)


COVENTRY

The Herbert Art Gallery: Go to it! Working for Victory on the Home Front, now on until Sep 17; Riches of Stitches by the Embroiderers' Guild, until July 9; Guiding Lines, Anthony Sidwell, until July 16; Talking Traditions, celebrating Irish music and dance, Saturday to Aug 29.

Earl Street Gallery (opposite Herbert art gallery): The Spirit of Time, Degree Show 2000, University of Central England, until June 24. Mon-Fri 10.30am-4pm and Sat 1pm-4pm.

British Road Transport Museum: Boomtime, Boomtown, Coventry in the 50s, 60s and 70s, free; Posters from the Shell Art Collection, until July 2; Paintings by Amanda Huwitt; Photos by George Pilkington, both exhibitions until June 30.

Brandon Marsh Nature Centre, Warwickshire Wildlife Trust's headquarters: 2000 Midlands exhibition, until Sunday, 10am to 4pm.

The Mead Gallery, Warwick Arts Centre, Coventry: Victor Pasmore. Retrospective exhibition organised by The Tate, until June 24

NUNEATON

Art gallery and museum: Nuneaton Bicycle Club in the local history gallery, to July 16

RUGBY

Rugby Art Gallery: The Reunion exhibition, celebrates the opening of the town's new art gallery. …

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