Category Archives: Community

In Commemoration – Nuneaton Charter Day 1907

I’m really looking forward to our next Hands on History session on Saturday 18 March, which explores objects from the museum collections created specifically to commemorate events of local and national significance. An object I am excited to share with … Continue reading

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Tick Tock, Tick Tock

One of the most familiar sounds in day to day life is the ticking of a clock. In fact it’s such a familiar sound that we often tune it out. Whilst thinking of objects that produce sound in preparation for … Continue reading

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An insight into how we source our shows – will you be exhibiting with us in 2017?

Visitors to the museum will know we show all kinds of different things and our exhibitions cover a wide range of subjects. We host touring exhibitions which we hire in from different galleries and companies and we often develop our … Continue reading

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Finding out about Inuits aside from looking at my illustrations!

Film and other content alongside my illustrations in the forthcoming Inuit exhibition – opening this Saturday 7th February Continue reading

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Stone people and animals

Alongside the personal stories I’ve found in the Inuit collection at the museum was information on hunting techniques used by Inuit people. One intriguing to me was the use of a pile of rocks – or ‘Inukshuks’. Built by men … Continue reading

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Can anyone translate these Inuit Words?Inuit

Please help! We have finalised which objects to display alongside my illustrations for the forthcoming exhibition next February at the museum. All except for this last item – a handbag beautifully embroidered with beads into Inuit words. Both I and … Continue reading

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Help Make Me Tick!

  Nuneaton Museum & Art Gallery has launched a fundraising campaign to get Nuneaton’s Black Forest organ clock working again. Funds donated will restore the clock movement and organ, which plays German folk music. You can find out more and keep … Continue reading

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