Hello! I’m Emily Smith and I have recently started working at Salisbury Museum as the Creative Wiltshire Exhibition Assistant. I work one day a week and my job is to organise an exhibition which celebrates creativity in Wiltshire and which will run from January to May 2019. This is not my first time at the […]… Continue reading A Welcome from Creative Wiltshire’s Newest Recruit
Project participant The Salisbury Museum is looking for a Creative Wiltshire Exhibitions Assistant to help create our end of project exhibition – could it be you? This is a trainee position for 1 day a week. Full details here
The next Creative Corsham Artists Café at Pound Arts will take place on Friday 29 June 2018, 12-2pm. In this month’s Creative Cafe, Corsham-based artists Jo Taylor and Anya Beaumont will give an informal talk on their latest work. Taylor and Beaumont have been creating exciting new work in response to Corsham’s architectural surroundings, in… Continue reading Networking: Creative Corsham Artists Café — The Arts in Wiltshire
This year kicks off with a preview at the Mount House Gallery in Marlborough on 7-10 June, 10am-5pm. There will be 2D and 3D pieces on display with an opportunity to purchase artwork at lower than usual gallery prices. Open Studios is an annual opportunity to meet amateur and professional artists in the beautiful North Wessex…… Continue reading Marlborough Open Studios
Walter Claude Flight (1881-1955) was born in London, a cousin of Rudyard Kipling, and his early life included stints as an engineer, librarian, farmer and beekeeper. In this period he used to describe modern early 20th century life as a call to action. Even in 1925 he wrote “Time seems to pass so quickly nowadays. Everybody…… Continue reading Claude Flight and the craft of lino-cutting
https://www.facebook.com/ClothRoadArtsWeek/photos/a.831688680229122.1073741826.238165652914764/1751224751608839/?type=3 Looking forward to Cloth Road Arts Week 5-13 May; we have brochures here at the Wiltshire & Swindon History Centre in Chippenham
We’d like to send our congratulations to Swindon artist David Bent who is to have his work unveiled at the National Memorial Arboretum at the end of March. We have acquired some of David’s pieces for the Swindon Museum & Art Gallery and the Wiltshire & Swindon History Centre – they are truly stunning!