When we think about local history, it is perhaps easiest to think about the use of the land; those who made it their own and the changes that use brought. The landscape is constantly changing, season to season; changes in industry, working practices, settlement use and advances in technology from cement to the combine harvester…… Continue reading Public Art in the Landscape
Two murals have been painted on the Western side of Corsham’s Martingate Shopping Centre. Over the past three weeks, two artists have been working hard to complete the murals they designed for a competition early in 2017. The brief was to design an innovative mural reflecting Corsham’s culture and heritage. The commissioned artist is Rob…… Continue reading Two New Murals for Corsham
Don’t miss your last opportunity to see this great exhibition by Richard Crooks in response to his recent residency at the Bengal Foundation in Dhakar. Working initially in collage and drawing, Richard gleans details and motifs from architecture, transforming them into three dimensions to create families of cast and moulded clay sculptures. Pound Arts, Corsham.…… Continue reading IMPRESSIONS FROM A JOURNEY: CORSHAM – DHAKAR – CORSHAM
Corsham’s Peacock Arts Trail is running from Saturday 30th September until Sunday 8th October. There’s a fantastic number of exhibitors this year both in Corsham and further afield, looking to Box, Woolley Green and Biddestone to name but a few. A wide range of art forms can be viewed including fine art, ceramics, digital art, glass, jewellery,…… Continue reading Get set for the Peacock Arts Trail!
It’s been a truly exciting year for the Heritage Lottery Funded Collecting Cultures project Creative Wiltshire based at the Wiltshire & Swindon History Centre, with The Young Gallery in Salisbury and Trowbridge Museum both being welcomed as participating museums. The Creative Wiltshire project has provided us with a wonderful opportunity for Archives and Local Studies…… Continue reading Creative Wiltshire – an Exciting 2016