28 November 2017 | 10.00 am - 10 March 2018 | 5.00 pm
From Bernard Leach to Grayson Perry, this exhibition celebrates the ceramic artists who broke the mould. Bringing together the most significant modern and contemporary ceramic artists in our collection, it highlights the diversity and excitement of ceramics.
29 November 2017 | 10.00 am - 20 January 2018 | 5.00 pm
Janet Boulton is internationally known for her watercolours and paper relief works, but few know of her connections to Swindon. This exhibition celebrates her works on paper and will include paintings inspired by music, still life and gardens.
29 November 2017 | 10.00 am - 14 April 2018 | 5.00 pm
Works on paper are some of the most fascinating examples of modern art. This exhibition features drawings, watercolours and prints by modern and contemporary artists and demonstrates the huge range of effects that can be created using paper and imagination.
Wednesday, 10 January | 10.00 am - Saturday, 3 March | 5.00 pm
In the early 20th century, Mr F Winslow of Swindon gave his collection of musical instruments to Swindon museum. The collection included historic and modern instruments from Britain and the rest of the world.
Join our curator for a free lunchtime tour of our exhibition, Face the Music. It brings together musical instruments from the Winslow Collection and photographs taken by our first curator, Charles Gore, in the 1920s.
Join our curator for a free lunchtime talk exploring our new exhibition, The Euston Road School. In the 1930s, a group of artists tried to make modern art accessible to the public by depicting scenes and objects from everyday life.
Join a free tour of our current exhibition, Paper. Our curator will introduce you to the artists and techniques behind the works on display, while showcasing some of our newest acquisitions from the Meryl Ainslie Gift.