A new exhibition of Art and Ceramics at Hedon Museum from Rachel Ehlert and Julie Marshall. Open Wednesdays and Saturdays 10 am – 4 pm.
Colonel Steve W. Emerson formally launched the exhibition “A Diamond Celebration” with a talk that highlighted the links between the Army Cadets Force (ACF) and Hedon.
The story of the Army Cadets Force and its association with Hedon can be discovered at the exhibition. In this article, Martin Craven gives a potted history.
Hedon Museum is to hold an Exhibition to celebrate the Diamond Anniversary (60 years) of the Army Cadets Freedom of Hedon. It will be held from Saturday 22 May 2021 until Saturday 17 July 2021.
HU12 Online is pleased to host the first Online Exhibition of Hedon Viewfinders. The town-based photography club presents a small selection of images accepted after its appeal for members to submit work to an open theme.
AN EXHIBITION of work at Hedon Museum by a group of artists and craft makers from Sunk Island. Based on their experience of ‘lockdown’ during the coronavirus pandemic, the theme will be ‘creativity in isolation: individual interpretations of change’. Katy Miller from the Museum said: “In this pre-planned, […]
Major touring exhibition at Beverley Art Gallery – the Royal Photographic Society’s 162nd International Photography Exhibition. Sat 19 September until 14 November 2020. Admission is free. Opening hours are as normal for the Art Gallery
Hedon Museum has been following government guidelines regarding Covid-19, by remaining closed during the lockdown. However, the museum will re-open on Saturday 5th September, with safety measures in place to protect our volunteers and visitors.
One of the most varied ranges of arts, crafts and paintings ever hosted by Hedon Museum in a single exhibition will be on display there from Wednesday, 6 November 2019. The works by painter Lynne Lobar and Pru Todd through her Traenerhus organisation, includes watercolour paintings, ceramics, glasswork, quilting, knitting, felt and much, much more.
“Keep the Home Fires Burning” is an Exhibition marking 80 years of the outbreak of World War 2 and is at Hedon Museum from Wednesday 11 September until Saturday 2 November 2019.
Impressionist, realist and surrealist artworks will feature at the latest exhibition at Hedon Museum. Artists Dianne Brown and James Lee will display their unique exhibits every Saturday and Wednesday, 10am – 4pm until Saturday 13 July, with Dianne’s giant, colourful canvasses contrasting starkly with James’ vivid, multi-media approach. It’s free admission at the Museum and refreshments (tea, coffee and biscuits) are available. When in Hedon, look for the boards on Watmough’s Arcade to help guide you to the Museum.
Photography by Paul Berriff, OBE and Hedon Viewfinders: Have you ever wanted to see RARE photos of THE BEATLES? Yes? Then Hedon Museum is the place to be this Spring! That’s right! From the end of April to the beginning of June we are displaying rare photos of […]