Exhibitions; Art and Exhibitions

Coventry Evening Telegraph (England), November 17, 2000 | Go to article overview

Exhibitions; Art and Exhibitions


Byline: LUCY BELL

COVENTRY

The Herbert Art Gallery: Go to it! Working for Victory on the Home Front, until March; Refugee Week, tea room display until November 15, 10am-5.30pm.

British Road Transport Museum: cafe gallery: Oil paintings of wildlife and landscapes by Coventry artist Kathleen Sankey, 10am-5pm to the end of November.

Exhibition Hall, Jordan Well (opposite the Herbert Art Gallery): Exhibition of fine art textiles by Elaine Duffy, Pat McDonald and Mary Spearman. Opens tomorrow until Nov 24, 10am-4pm. (Closed Sunday.)

The Gibbs Gallery (inside Coventry Cathedral): Christmas exhibition of contemporary crafts, open Mon-Sat, 10am-4pm.

The Phoenix Gallery: Spon Street: Opening exhibitions by Coventry watercolour artist Rupert Cordeux and Kim Richardson, until Christmas.

Earlsdon Library: Exhibition by Reg Farmer, until the end of November (library hours, closed Wednesday).

The Mead Gallery: Utopias, video installations by international artists plus a project by Jubilee Arts of Hillfields, until December 1.

NUNEATON

Museum and Art Gallery, Riversley Park: The Freddie Mercury Photographic Exhibition, until December 2; Tracking Dinosaurs, to December.

RUGBY. Rugby Art Gallery: Rugby open exhibition, until December 3.

KENILWORTH

Kenilworth Castle: Photos for the Future 2, exhibition of some of the 5,000 entries to the History Channel's local history project. …

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