Mike Healey Exhibition

QUESTION WHAT HAVE THE FOLLOWING IN COMMON? WEIRDLY BEAUTIFUL GARDENS – GREEK MYTHOLOGY REINVENTED – CORN DOLLIES – ARIEL AND CALIBAN – SHAKESPEARE’S ‘THE TEMPEST’ – STAGE DESIGNER EDWARD GORDON CRAIG – REMOTE TUNISIAN BEACHES – QUEEN MAB – DIONYSUS – PERSEPHONE’S MOTHER – MANDRAKES – FREE WILL – JOHN

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Colin Reynolds Cyanotype Workshop

Colin Reynolds offers an opportunity to join his workshop on the last day of his exhibition “Urban Etchings”. The workshop is on Saturday 30th July, 1pm to 3pm. The cost is £20 per person, or £30 per a family of an adult and two children. It will be plant prints

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Viking Crafts Workshop -Bone Carving Course

History The Viking Age is generally deemed to have lasted from the 8th century – 11th century. The Vikings originated in Norway, Demark and Sweden but spread out to many countries to trade, settle and occasionally raid. Their primary occupation however was farming. Like us today, they needed all sorts

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Jamie Barnes – Urban Etchings – Exhibition

The exhibition is from 5th August to 8th September, 9:30 – 16:30, Thursday to Saturday. Free entry to the exhibition.

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Colin Reynolds Exhibition

Our exhibition in July is Kendal based Photographer, Colin Reynolds. Colin specialises in Fine Art Landscape/Seascape and Abstract photography. He works mostly in black and white, creating vivid atmosphere by use of tone and texture. Thursday – Saturday, 1st to 30th July. Free entry to the exhibition. Preview evening on

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Saturday 29 February: Object Handling and Clay Sculpture Workshop

This workshop is a unique opportunity to be inspired by and get up close to Kendal Museum’s archaeology collections. Saturday 29 February 2020 1.30pm-3.30pm Free – booking required via Eventbrite Suitable for ages 18+ The workshop begins with an object handling session led by Kendal Museum’s archaeology curator, Morag Clement.

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David Bellamy and the Museum

David Bellamy (1933-2019) was a great friend of Kendal Museum. He admired the natural history collections and extolled the virtues of those great Victorian Naturalists who collected with curiosity and passion. David was all about communication and exuberance for the natural world around us. From our spectacular birds of paradise

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