What's On

Events are added to the What's On page by artists and organisation and may be taking place online or in a socially distanced way.  Due to regular changes brought about by the Covid-19 situation please check the organiser’s website or social media for up-to-date information.

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Rethinking the Piazza

Wed 07 Oct 2020

Rethinking the Piazza

1800 - 1900, Wednesday, 7 October 2020. In collaboration with Same Skies Think Tank, this is a walk-and-talk, socially distanced outdoor event. Following the example set by citizen-led arts organisations in Huddersf.....Read more

Broken ground Symposium

Sat 18 Feb 2012

Broken ground Symposium

Broken Ground Symposium – How do we experience the city? BOOK NOW Saturday February 18th On Saturday February 18th a multi disciplinary event will take place with experts from the fields of archaeology, history, .....Read more

Museum Open House on Mothering Sunday

Sun 18 Mar 2012

Museum Open House on Mothering Sunday

A special spring day to welcome visitors old and new at the start of the season. Reduced entry for everyone, plus our traditional bunch of daffodils for mothers and grandmothers!..Read more

Talk: The Cathedral City

Wed 13 Feb 2013

Talk: The Cathedral City

Join Mark Taylor, Senior Archaeologist with West Sussex County Council as he uncovers the originss of the city's magnificient cathedral...Read more

Talk: The Novium: A Building

Wed 24 Apr 2013

Talk: The Novium: A Building

Don't miss this exclusive opportunity to meet the architect of The Novium - Keith Williams - as he describes his inspiration for the building. Wednesday 24 April, 6:30pm - 8pm. Tickets: Adult £10.00 / Concession £9.0.....Read more

Adult Drawing Session at St Albans Cathedral (10am – 1pm)

Thu 15 Jun 2017

Adult Drawing Session at St Albans Cathedral (10am – 1pm)

Meeting by the cathedral, the group will study both the inside and outside of this amazing building, exploring perspective and measuring skills, plus the bucket loads of heritage carved in the spectacular wooden areas. .....Read more

Talk on Christopher Wren & His Contemporaries

Thu 20 Jun 2013

Talk on Christopher Wren & His Contemporaries

A talk for the Friends of Watford Museum Talk by John and Brewster Free for Friends of Watford Museum, or £3 for members of the public Thursday 20 June 2013 at 2pm..Read more

Introduction to Archaeological Photography

Wed 19 Jun 2013

Introduction to Archaeological Photography

'Reflectance Transformation Imaging for heritage assets' A free educational event led by Sarah Duffy from the University of York, learn how photographic recording techniques can reveal the hidden heritage of historic s.....Read more

Friends of Frogmore House launch

Sat 13 Jul 2013

Friends of Frogmore House launch

The Watford Museum is to host an event in collaboration with The Temple Trust to mark the official launch of the ‘Friends of Frogmore House’ on Saturday July 13th at 2pm in the afternoon. The Temple Trust has been enc.....Read more

Royston Cave Tours

Sat 24 Sep 2016

Royston Cave Tours

Royston Cave is beehive shaped and cut into the chalk that underlies the town. Much of its surface is adorned with medieval style carvings depicting saints and other religious scenes. The Cave lay concealed until 1742 wh.....Read more

Royston Town Trail

Sun 25 Sep 2016

Royston Town Trail

Royston’s history is brought to life in this one and a half mile 90-minute walk around the town centre with local historian F. John Smith. All proceeds donated to Parish Church cHALLenge Fund. Where: starts at St. Jo.....Read more

Going Out: Sharon Haward, Making Space at Fabrica

Thu 20 Feb 2014

Going Out: Sharon Haward, Making Space at Fabrica

One of our New Year’s resolutions at Blue Monkey Network is to get out more! We want to see more art and more of what our members are getting up to. So for our February event we’re going to visit Blue Monkey’s Sharon Haw.....Read more

Daydreaming

Thu 09 Oct 2014

Daydreaming

Artist Vivien Whitaker ARBS has donated her stunning sculpture, DAYDREAMING, to the LBT. Vivien works exclusively with English Alabaster, a soon-to-be-extinct stone. Join us on Thursday 9 October as we welcome DAYDRE.....Read more

Drivers for Climate Change

Fri 22 Jun 2018

Drivers for Climate Change

Postgraduate research students from the School of Art, Design and Architecture at the University of Huddersfield seek to stage a series of workshops which bring together a variety of different disciplines and practices, .....Read more

Behind the Scenes at the Museum - Guided House Tours

Sun 01 Jul 2018

Behind the Scenes at the Museum - Guided House Tours

1-1.45pm & 2.30-3.15pm Peep behind the scenes! Join us for a fascinating guided tour of the stunning Victorian Gothic building, featuring the history of the Sheard family and Wilton Park. Free. No booking required, jus.....Read more

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