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Picture of the Month Talks
11 Jan - 20 Dec 14
Easter Egg Hunt
16 Apr 14
Exhibition Tour with Marie-Thérèse Mayne
16 Apr 14
22 Apr - 24 Jun 14
Conservation in the Gallery
01 May 14
Newcastle City Learning Courses Summer 2014
03 May - 03 Jul 14
Join our Assistant Keeper of Art for a guided tour of the Turner & Constable exhibition today at 12.30 and 1.30pm. Admission charges apply.
Exhibition Tour with Marie-Thérèse Mayne - Laing Art Gallery
View of Richmond Hill and Bridge, exhibited 1808, Joseph Mallord William Turner (1775-1851), Tate. Photo © Tate, London 2013.
11:08am 16 Apr 2014
Great blog post by Sarah Richardson...have a read!
John Constable : Hampstead Heath with the House Called The Salt Box', about 1819 | Tyne & Wear...
Constable just had to step a little way from his front door to paint this lovely view on Hampstead Heath. He had rented Albion Cottage for the summer of 1819, hoping that the clear air on the hill away from London would help his wife's health (she was suffering from tuberculosis). Constable and his…
9:30am 15 Apr 2014
The Love Letters of William Wake
Alan Hayward from Tyne & Wear Archives shares a special collection of love letters
Segedunum Roman Fort with Kingston Park Primary School.
A group of pupils from Kingston Park Primary school find out about Segedunum Roman Fort, Baths & Museum and some of the artefacts there including Roman toilets! Film from Culture Street
11 Apr 2014
A bright patch of colour - a man wearing a red waistcoat – pulls our eyes out to the far right of this picture, ensuring that we don’t miss the…
02 Apr 2014
A guest post by Caroline Whitehead Read Caroline’s first blog post about the parasol collection at Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums here. Caring…