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  1. Wildlife Photographer of the Year: A virtual tour with Chair of the Jury with M Shed

    Join Chair of the Jury, Rosamund Kidman-Cox for an online tour of this year’s winning images from Wildlife Photographer of the Year.

    Dates

    From:
    19 Jan 2021to19 Jan 2021
  2. Late lunch talk: Dr Fawcett – one man and his collection with Bristol Museum & Art Gallery

    There is probably something of a collector in all of us but for some, like Dr H A Fawcett, it becomes a life’s work and all-consuming passion.

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    21 Jan 2021to21 Jan 2021
  3. Ruins, ruin lust, and risk with M Shed

    This illustrated talk will look at various sites of ruin and trace a course through Romantic ruinenlust, Victorian neo-gothic buildings, and postmodern ‘traumascapes’.

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    21 Jan 2021to21 Jan 2021
  4. Home Educator webinar: Anglo-Saxons & Bristol with Bristol Museum & Art Gallery

    In this free webinar discover how we know what life was like for Anglo-Saxon people, including what they ate and what they did for fun.


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    From:
    25 Jan 2021to25 Jan 2021
  5. Murder on the Middle Passage: The trial of Captain Kimber with M Shed

    This talk traces the career path of the captain, the circumstances of the enslaved woman’s death and the drama of the trial. It examines how and why this particular case became a cause célèbre in the battle to establish an enslaved African’s legal…

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    28 Jan 2021to28 Jan 2021
  6. Late lunch talk: 21st Century Kids – Bristol through their eyes with M Shed

    What were the challenges in working on this project? What did the team learn from the experience? Join them to find the answers and to ask your own questions… and to see why the city’s future feels in safe hands.

    Dates

    From:
    4 Feb 2021to4 Feb 2021
  7. LGBTQ+ History Month: Muslim views on queer relationships over time with M Shed

    In this talk, we take this opportunity to reflect on queer Muslim art and poetry from the past. We will consider how queer Muslims have become increasingly visible. They are challenging views of hetero-normative attitudes in Muslim society today,…

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    From:
    4 Feb 2021to4 Feb 2021
  8. LGBTQ+ History Month: Michael Dillon – Trans pioneer with M Shed

    In this talk Cheryl Morgan will look at Dillon’s life, and in particular bring to light some of the latest research on his time in Bristol.

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    10 Feb 2021to10 Feb 2021
  9. Winter lecture: Colour in science and art with Bristol Museum & Art Gallery

    The discovery of more new pigments in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, as well as a surge in scientific and philosophical writing about colour and colour theory, changed attitudes to colour use in art and interior design dramatically.

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    11 Feb 2021to11 Feb 2021
  10. LGBTQ+ History Month: The history of gender in sport with M Shed

    This panel discussion will look at the LGBTQ+ history of gender segregation in sport, and what that means for intersex and trans athletes today.

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    24 Feb 2021to24 Feb 2021
  11. Archaeology study sessions: early prehistoric art in the British Isles with Bristol Museum & Art Gallery

    Join Bristol Museum & Art Gallery for a series of four online study sessions to discover the history and archaeology of early prehistoric art in the British Isles.

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    1 Mar 2021to1 Mar 2021
  12. Add Slapstick Festival to your Itinerary

    Slapstick Festival

    The UK-based Slapstick festival of silent, classic and visual screen comedy is responding to Covid-19 uncertainties by picking a new slot and fresh format for its 17th annual edition.

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    1 Mar 2021to7 Mar 2021
  13. “Good Old Knowle” – The wrestling craze in Bristol and the South West c.1900 with M Shed

    Bringing together an unusual mix of themes, including theatre, sport, masculinity and civic pride, this talk uses the encounter between McInerney and Luffman to explore two questions.

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    18 Mar 2021to18 Mar 2021
  14. Reading the ‘book of skin’: The life and death of John Horwood with M Shed

    In this talk, Dr Rose Wallis will explore the contents of the ‘book of skin’. The collection of material compiled by Smith is rich and varied. It sheds light on the operation of the law in the 1820s, and contemporary attempts to understand…

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    15 Apr 2021to15 Apr 2021

Future Events

  1. Painting Snow with RWA

    During this workshop you will have the chance to explore various oil painting techniques looking at snowy and wintry scenes. Inspired by the Icelandic winter, you will explore using a palette knife, working on board, using a coloured ground, using…

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    23 Jan 2021to23 Jan 2021
  2. Painting Snow with RWA

    During this workshop you will have the chance to explore various oil painting techniques looking at snowy and wintry scenes. Inspired by the Icelandic winter, you will explore using a palette knife, working on board, using a coloured ground, using…

    Dates

    From:
    30 Jan 2021to30 Jan 2021
  3. Junior Drawing School with the RWA

    Learn about different artists, media and techniques; take part in drawing activities and games.

    Dates

    From:
    15 Feb 2021to15 Feb 2021
  4. Junior Drawing School with the RWA

    Learn about different artists, media and techniques; take part in drawing activities and games.

    Dates

    From:
    17 Feb 2021to18 Feb 2021
  5. Portrait and Figure Drawing at RWA

    Establish a solid foundation in drawing from a life model. The course provides practical guidance covering a range of exercises aimed at improving composition, accuracy and observation, with a view to producing expressive and characterful drawings.…

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    From:
    22 Feb 2021to22 Feb 2021
  6. Drawing, Paint and Colour Intermediate with RWA

    Be inspired by artistic uses of colour in both practical and adventurous ways. This course explores the potential of colour while constructing compositions to build new levels of depth. You will experiment with different materials and techniques,…

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    From:
    24 Feb 2021to24 Feb 2021

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