All the below exhibitions are at Northampton Museum & Art Gallery unless stated.
Echoes of Northampton Castle | 3 October 2014 - 28 February 2015
Exploring one building
through 1,000 years
Hazelrigg House, 33 Marefair, Northampton
3 October 2014 – 28 February 2015
Open Friday, Saturday and Sunday
Friday - Saturday 10.00am – 4.00pm
Sunday 12.00pm – 4.00pm
Northampton Castle was one of the most significant Norman
Castles in England. Witness to many important events in history, including the
trial of Thomas Beckett in 1164, it played a significant role in events leading
up to the creation of the Magna Carta. This small exhibition explores the long
history of Northampton Castle and how its presence is still felt today.
Brownies' Centenary Exhibition | 29 November - 1 March 2015
A exhibition to celebrate 100 years of the Brownies.
70 80 Print | 20 December - 6 April 2015
A close up look at our collection of prints from the 1970s and 1980s.
From screen printing to lino printing, aquatint and woodblock all will be represented in the artists'work. The show includes work by Sir Peter Blake and Sir Terry Frost.
Home | 23 December - 4 May 2015
A journey around Northamptonshire in art.
To bring to a close the 825th anniversary of Northampton having a Royal Charter, Northampton Museum is exhibiting work by local artists depicting the town and surrounding area. Artists included in the exhibition are Peter Newcombe, Roger Corfe and John Donnelly and many more.
10 January - 19 April
Northampton Museum & Art Gallery is home to the largest collection of trainers and sports shoes in a museum. The exhibition Sport to Street takes a closer look at this shoe icon from the earliest sports shoes to the iconic brands of today.
Fibre to Fabric 11 April -3 May
Fibre to Fabric showcaes the many skills of the members of the Northants Guild of Spinners, Weavers and Dyers. A fundamental understanding of the properties of different fibres enables the members to create beautiful garments by hand spinning, weaving, felting and crocheting, dying and sewing.
This exhibition will include a number of finished garments, samples and loom to illustrate these wonderful techniques.
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