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Jonathan Callan - Idiot Compression

Installation shown in Never Judge a Book, Richard Booth's Bookshop 2016

David Nash - Three Black Humps

Meadow Arts and Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust commission at Coalbrookdale Museum of Iron

New Trustee: Joanna Freeman

4th June 2019

New Trustee, arts producer and project manager, Joanna Freeman tells why she joined the Meadow Arts Board...

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Meadow Arts Inspires People

12th May 2019

Our Education & Engagement Officer, Steve Wilson, has been very busy this winter and spring, organising a huge number of Meadow Arts Inspires school and public workshops.

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New Youth Trustee - Adam Neal

4th April 2019

We’re really pleased to welcome Birmingham based artist Adam Neal onto the Meadow Arts Board as our Youth Trustee in 2019. We spoke to Adam about his motivation.

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Yinka Shonibare CBE - Film

12th March 2019

"We all sometimes feel like strangers," Yinka Shonibare CBE told a packed audience of over 400 people at Hereford Cathedral.

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Last chance - The Precious Clay

12th March 2019

It's your last chance to see our exhibition The Precious Clay: porcelain in contemporary art before it finishes on 20 March.

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The Art House Open Lecture Series

12th March 2019

Don't miss the next FREE artists' talks with the University of Worcester at The Art House.

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Yinka Shonibare announced for Hereford Cathedral

9th October 2018

Meadow Arts is delighted to be working in partnership with Hereford Cathedral to commission a new artwork by Yinka Shonibare MBE (RA), inspired by the Mappa Mundi.

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Laura White makes new artwork for the Museum of Royal Worcester

30th August 2018

Artist Laura White is returning to her home city of Worcester with a new artwork, commissioned by Meadow Arts and the Museum of Royal Worcester for The Precious Clay exhibition.

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Emily Speed’s Hollowware Performance in Worcester

16th August 2018

An unusual art performance created by Emily Speed took place in Worcester, linking the historic collections of the Museum of Royal Worcester to the canals and waterways that used to serve the porcelain factory.

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Hollowware Artist’s Performance for Worcester’s Canals

17th July 2018

Emily Speed new work is inspired by the Museum of Royal Worcester’s historic collections and the waterways nearby that once served the porcelain works.

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