Today we have another blog entry from our volunteer Carol Mayo looking at the history of women in Warrington: The August blog is different from the previous format…More »
Today we have another blog entry by Carol, describing somebody related to Women’s Suffrage in Warrington. This time Carol tells us about Hannah Eyres, the oldest woman to vote in…More »
Saturday 5 May 2018 - Saturday 2 Mar 2019, All Day
This is the second in a series of three exhibitions celebrating landmark events for the oldest public museum in the North West. Warrington Museum & Art Gallery is joining forces with National Museums Liverpool by loaning three fantastic works, including Enrico Coleman’s Oxen Drawing a Black Stone to the Studio of John Warrington Wood, and Sir Luke Fildes’ A Portrait of Fanny Fildes and The Widower.
Saturday 12 May 2018 - Saturday 15 Sep 2018, All Day
In this work the artists Juan Covelli & Neale Willis set out as contemporary archaeologists, searching for and sifting data from unexpected places. By then manipulating how the computer handles this data, they have let new and surprising outcomes be created.