Bailiffgate Museum ‘Extended’ Arts & Crafts Exhibition

Wednesday, November 4, 2020

Sunday, January 31, 2021

10:00 am To 4:00 pm

14 Bailiffgate, Alnwick NE66 1LX, UK

01665 605847

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Events Description

Bailiffgate Museum, AlnwickYou are welcome to Bailffgate Museum’s ‘Extended’ Arts & Crafts Exhibition in central Alnwick, Northumberland – from 4th November 2020 to 31st January 2021.

Fusion – a group of North East textile artists – exploring the theme ‘Extended’.   Each artist has their own very distinct style:  expect a range of beautiful, thought provoking, inspirational pieces all created with great skill and imagination.

Bailiffgate Museum & Gallery is an award-winning, independent family-friendly Accredited Museum with a permanent exhibition exploring 10,000 years of local history. Its Gallery hosts an exciting programme of art, textile and history-based exhibitions.  Established in 2002, it is located in a Grade 2 listed former church in the medieval market town of Alnwick.  It is a volunteer led and run charity, fully accessible and  open 6 days a week including bank holidays.

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