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An exhibition about the impact of the medical, technological and social developments of the First World War on contemporary life.
This survey of Winifred Nicholson's work includes over fifty paintings made in the various places in which she lived or visited, between the 1920s and the 1980s.
This display offers insight into the emotions of women who lost relatives and loved ones during the First World War. The letters were written to Mrs Mary Pennyman (1889 – 1924), then secretary of the King’s Own Scottish Borderers Widows and Orphans Fund, who lived at Ormesby Hall, Teesside.
Everyone is invited to help shape the collection gallery. Public tours are planned for 10 and 17 November from 5.00pm - 7.00pm. Places need to be booked, see link.
Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday 10.00am – 4.30pm
Thursday 10.00am – 7.00pm
Sunday 12.00pm – 4.00pm
Jane and Louise Wilson examine the politics, architecture and technology of conflict through film, video and photography. This exhibition references optical and imaging innovations of the early twentieth century as…
Art, design, craft and technology are often considered as separate disciplines. However, there is a long, alternative tradition that views them in a holistic way, both as tools for learning…