Archive for the ‘Holborne Museum’ Category

Uni sponsors Holburne’s new Silver exhibition

Collaboration part of our 50th anniversary and Holburne’s centenary, free entry for staff & students

Free entry to new exhibition at The Holburne

Why not take advantage of the Holburne Museum’s offer of free entry for staff and students and visit an exquisite new exhibition: Impressionism: Capturing Life?

The Nameless Grace - Holly Davey exhibition & talk at Holburne Museum

A look at the forgotten existence of the Holburne sisters: a co-commission between ICIA and The Holburne Museum, Bath.

Free entry to new exhibition at The Holburne

Take advantage of the Holburne Museum’s offer of free entry for staff and students by visiting “High Spirits: The Comic Art of Thomas Rowlandson”.

Free public lectures in Oct

Members of the public, staff and students are all warmly invited to come along to our new series of public lectures. New events will be added to the page throughout the year. Please send submissions to comms@bath.ac.uk

Do the Wright thing at the Holburne...for free

Take advantage of the Holburne Museum’s offer of free entry for staff and students by visiting their latest exhibition - Joseph Wright of Derby: Bath and Beyond.

The Holburne Museum needs your vote

The Holburne Museum and No. 1 Royal Crescent have joined forces to help bring Rankin, the internationally renowned celebrity photographer, to Bath. Rankin has chosen Bath as one of four places he would like to work for Museums at Night, but where he finally photographs is all down to a public vote.

Holburne Museum in the running to win £100,000

The Holburne Museum in Bath has been longlisted for the Art Fund Prize 2012, the UK’s annual ‘museum of the year’ award, and the biggest prize for arts and cultural organisations in the country. Ten museums in total across the country are in with the chance to win £100,000 and the prestigious award, which will be announced on 19 June 2012.

Peter Blake launches Holburne Museum public appeal

Sir Peter Blake launched the Holburne Challenge, the Museum’s public appeal, which aims to raise £300,000 with the help of our community. This will help us complete the development project which will transform the Museum and what it can offer everyone.