- Telephone 01242 237431
- Opening times Daily 9.30am–5.15pm.
- Website www.cheltenhammuseum.org.uk
The Wilson gallery came into being in 1899, when former MP for Cheltenham, Lord de Ferrieres, donated 43 paintings together with a donation towards somewhere to house them.
A significant renovation took place in 2013, with new gallery space across four floors allowing temporary exhibitions, touring shows and more displays from the permanent collections.
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There are 5 events at this location
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Concrete Poetry Workshop
Print from Three, Andrew Morrison. Cut Heal 4, Andrew Morrison. The Shape of Love – concrete poetry workshop - With Anna Saunders and Andrew Morrison. As part of I Walk on Fire, Cheltenham’s new Dylan Thomas festival we present an innovative two- part workshop which uses the love letters of Dylan Thomas to…
The Everyday Press: University Lecture Series
The Everyday Press was started originally as part of a research PhD program at Kingston University UK. It has evolved into an independent, artist-driven publisher producing a variety of titles. Books are distributed worldwide through Distributed Art Publishers in North America and Anagram Books in Europe. Some…
The Isms: Cubism
In Cubism, objects are analyzed, broken up and reassembled in an abstracted form; instead of depicting objects from a single viewpoint, they are depicted from a multitude of viewpoints. This groundbreaking approach was based on Cezanne’s idea that all objects can be broken down to three geometric shapes - the cube, the…
The Last Word In Art?
Work by a diverse range of artists, all of whom explore the theme of language.
Queen Victoria in Paris
An exhibition with 44 watercolours portraying the Queen's state visit to Paris in 1855.