Monthly Archives : May 2013
  • Tom Fleming 19/05/2013

    Tom Fleming: a life in letters

    Until 30 September 2013, Berwick Museum & Art Gallery is hosting an exhibition of calligraphy by the 92 year old Northumberland artist Tom Fleming (originally from Scotland).  As well as drawings and documents, the exhibition features some of the more unusual work he has carried out on stones and shells.  The exhibition has already been on show at the University of Sunderland:

    http://www.sunderland.ac.uk/newsevents/news/news/index.php?nid=2044

    Until 30 September 2013.

    Berwick Museum & Art...


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  • The Lindisfarne Gospels exhibition 19/05/2013

    The Lindisfarne Gospels – an exhibition featuring a copy of the Codex and work inspired by the Gospels and Holy Island

    Until 19 May 2013, Berwick Museum & Art Gallery (at the Barracks) is hosting a touring exhibition in connection with the display of the Lindisfarne Gospels at Durham Cathedral this summer.  

    As well as a facsimile of the copiously illuminated 7th century volume, the exhibition includes paintings and other art works which represent Holy Island and the story of the Gospels.

    1st April – 19th May 2013.

    Berwick Museum & Art Gallery, The Barracks.

    Monday – Friday,...


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  • Bygone Borderlands 19/05/2013

    BYGONE BORDERLANDS

    18 AND 19 MAY 2013

     

    On 18 and 19 May 2013, the Flodden 1513 project will be holding Bygone Borderlands, a local and family history weekend in the Guildhall, Berwick-upon-Tweed to celebrate the unique history of the English and Scottish Borders.  

    The event will be organised by the Berwick-upon-Tweed Record Office,  part of the Woodhorn Trust, and will consist of various displays created by local history and heritage groups in the area, telling the story of their own communities , some of whom have strong connections with Flodden. Members of the Northumberland and Durham...


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