Decided to re-visit a story – in today’s look back – about one of Bath’s most talented of artistic characters. … More
Category: The Gallery
Star line up for Children’s Festival
Some of the biggest names in children’s books, along with a host of well-known faces from TV, are coming to … More
Tower on view
A retrospective of one of Britain’s most important 20th-century ceramic artists, James Tower, will go on show at the Victoria … More
Too good Toulouse.
Bath’s Victoria Art Gallery in Bath is seeking public support for a crowdfunding campaign for its next blockbuster exhibition. Starting … More
Bath Festivals asks for council help.
Give us a one-off financial life-line to enable us to keep going and we’ll widen our appeal. That seems to … More
Those wartime years remembered.
Sixty outstanding artworks from the 1940s – including some wartime images of Bath – will be showcased in a new … More
Subtle – it isn’t!
If you haven’t visited Bath’s Holburne Museum for some time – the new coat of paint in the entrance corridor … More
A sneak look at Bath’s big art show!
It’s the biggest event of the year for members of the Bath Society of Artists whose members and their family … More
Top honours for Herschel Museum.
It might not be the biggest museum in the country but Bath’s Herschel Museum of Astronomy can still punch above … More
A Bath ‘treasure’ still to be fully revealed.
Why is it – when l step down the basement stairs at the Assembly Rooms – l always get a … More
Curator’s Pick puts focus on museum collection.
Bath’s Fashion Museum – based at the Assembly Rooms – will be choosing ‘star objects’ from its extensive stores to … More
Focus on Georgian ‘selfies.’
Bath’s premier period house – No 1 Royal Crescent – is currently showing its visitors that the whole social … More
Check your art in – online – and hurry!
This year’s Bath Society of Artists annual exhibition will open at the Victoria Art Gallery on Saturday 18 May and … More
At home with Horatio.
Follow in the footsteps of Britain’s heroic Lord Nelson this summer when the Bath Royal Literary and Scientific Institution will … More
Face up to a Big Issue.
It’s not the largest exhibition the Museum of Bath @ Work has ever hosted but it’s one that deals with … More
A column about Nelson.
It’s still a bit weird to realise that this year’s summer exhibition – which has just opened at the Bath … More
What was it with Shakespeare? Viola loves Orsino dressed as Cesario, disguised as a boy shepherd Rosalind woos Orlando under … More
Psssst! It’s a Poussin.
Nicolas Poussin’s masterpiece The Triumph of Pan is touring the UK this year and its first stop will be Bath’s … More