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Exhibitions


 

The Museum & Art Gallery exhibition space in the Main Gallery is approx 110m2, and hosts the main exhibitions.

On average the Main Gallery presents six exhibitions annually. The programme covers arts, crafts, local history and we have a family themed exhibition during the summer months.

The majority of exhibitions are supported by arts activities and workshops at the Museum. Public sessions are organised for adults and a programme of children's activities run during the school holidays. 

If you are interested in exhibiting in our Main Gallery, please read the exhibition policy link below, and if you meet these criteria, please fill in the application form. We aim to reply within three months to all applicants.


Exhibitions 2014

Main Gallery

Newcastle Remembers

20 September – 12 November

A Centenary Exhibition to mark 100 years since the start of World War One.

Using film, original documents and objects this exhibition tells the stories of people from the Borough of Newcastle who lived during the war.

Fascinating objects from the 'battlefront' will be on display giving us an insight into what it was like for local soliders who went to fight in the Great War.

This exhibition will also deal with what life was like on the home front. Taking a look at rationing, charity work and the lives of women.

 

 

 

 

See our What's On page for events talks and events relating to this exhibition


 

B(u)y Me! For Christmas.
29th November-11th January

An exhibition of handmade Christmas Gifts from local and national designer makers. Choose from jewellery, textiles, ceramics, metal and much more. Something to suit all budgets!

 

 

Hall Gallery

Neil Harris
‘People’s Prize Winner 2013’
4 October-2 January

Neil’s larger than life, unique, metal sculptures are all made in his home studio. He works from an initial idea, which evolves as the piece is welded together, the process feeding the idea. The mythical, fantasy and extinct have always interested Neil and feature in many of his pieces.
His work includes a 6ft parrot and a mother and baby Dodo!
                                         

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