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Disguise

The Hands on History session for May explores Disguise through the form of masks. Take the opportunity to get hands on with masks of all shapes, sizes & colours from the Museum’s collection, while the Access Assistants share with you the stories that hide behind … Continue reading

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From 1917 – Celebrating 100 Years of Nuneaton Museum

In celebration of Nuneaton Museum & Art Gallery’s 100th Birthday our next Hands on History session will take you back to the year 1917, when the Museum first opened its doors to visitors. On display will be several objects from the … Continue reading

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Designer and Maker

Join us on Saturday 18th February for a Hands on History session when we look at the role of the Designer and Maker and the commitment and passion each have for their art. One of the objects we will share with you … Continue reading

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Time travel through the sharing of objects!

During our next Hands on History session on Saturday 17th December we will go on a journey through the decades as we will share with you a selection of objects used to capture and record time from the museums collection, … Continue reading

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Hands on History – It Pays To Advertise

Join us on  Saturday 15th October  when you can get hands on with objects from the Museum collections which follow the theme of product advertising. We will go back in time to compare and establish the development of advertising over previous … Continue reading

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What are you devoted to?

Our next Hands on History session, on Saturday 17th September will explore the theme of ‘Devotion.’ On display will be a variety of objects that each tell a different story and establish how devotion can be found in love, friendship, … Continue reading

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Let me share with you an object that speaks of Crime & Punishment. . . . Whilst searching in the Museum store in preparation for out next Hands on History session, Kayleigh, one of our Access Assistants came across this … Continue reading

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