Storymine - Portal

The ambitious community based project and art installation opens. Photo Peter Summers.

Tony Challiner is featured in Neil Brownsword's National Treasure

Ceramic artist Tony Challiner will be painting porcelain as part of the After Dark event

Curators' Tours of The Precious Clay

Join a tour of the contemporary art exhibition with artist Bharti Parmar or curator Anne de Charmant. Image: courtesy Annie Attridge.

The Precious Clay After Dark

Wed 9 Jan 2019, 7 – 9 pm

£3 entry per person

Meadow Arts and the Museum of Royal Worcester invite you for a night at the Museum to enjoy The Precious Clay exhibition after dark. We’ll be joined by porcelain painter Tony Challiner and poet Emily Wilkinson for a lively evening of the arts, inspired by the contemporary art exhibition and the museum’s historic collections, plus we’ll be unveiling a new artwork, Storymine’s Portal, made with contributions from Worcester residents. There’ll be plenty to do, including tours of The Precious Clay exhibition with artist Bharti Parmar and curator Anne de Charmant.
 
Suitable for all ages. Tickets can be booked in advance here.

Venues

Museum of Royal Worcester
Severn St
Worcester
Worcestershire
WR1 2ND
01905 21247
info@museumofroyalworcester.org
www.museumofroyalworcester.org

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Admission Prices:

Adult £6.50

Concession £5.50

Student £3

Children of 15 and under and carers free

Museum opening hours

Monday to Saturday, 10am – 5pm
Sunday, 10am – 4pm

Closed

Christmas, Boxing day, Easter Sunday and occasionally for private functions, please phone for details 01905 21247.