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Ged Quinn - Bela Forgets the Scissors

Oil on linen, 2016. Courtesy the artist and Stephen Friedman Gallery.

Benjamin Williams Leader - Tintern Abbey, Wales

Oil on canvas, 1889. Courtesy Worcester City Art Gallery and Museum.

Mark Fairnington - Site

Oil on panel, 2018. Courtesy the artist.

Alexander Cozens - A Ruined Building

Watercolour and graphite on paper, (1700s). Courtesy Tate collection.

Museum After Hours - Living Ruins

11 October 2019, 5:30pm - 8pm

Worcester City Art Gallery & Museum

Picture of hands holding brightly coloured drinks

Enjoy live music, cocktails and art – the perfect way to end the week. October marks the final edition of Museum After Hours 2019, so join Worcester City Art Gallery & Museum and Meadow Arts in our latest exhibition Living Ruins to raise a cocktail with friends and enjoy the ambience of the gallery.

Free entry, no booking - just show up and have a lovely time!

 

 

 

Venues

Worcester City Art Gallery & Museum
Foregate Street
Worcester
Worcestershire
WR1 1DT
01905 25371
gallerymuseum@museumsworcestershire.org.uk
www.museumsworcestershire.org.uk/museums/worcester-city-art-gallery-museum

 
Opening Times

Monday to Saturday: 10.30am – 4.30pm

Sunday and Bank Holidays: Closed

(Last orders in the café at 4.15pm)

 
Visitor Facilities and Access

The Art Gallery and Museum is fully accessible and has an easy access toilet.

Lift entrance is at pavement level in Taylor’s Lane and services all floors.

A wheelchair is available for public use.

The Gallery is equipped with an Induction Loop.

Baby changing facilities are available.

Guide and assistance dogs welcome.