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Make a Pledge for chance to create unique piece of art at The Bowes Museum

A colourful family exhibition, From Temple to Home: Celebrating Ganesha, opens at The Bowes Museum next month, and with it comes an opportunity to get involved in the creation of a unique piece of art.   To celebrate the opening of this vibrant show – A British Museum Spotlight Tour - we are proposing to raise £2,000 towards the making of a traditional Hindu welcome and symbol of good luck - a 2½ metre wide Rangoli pattern on the floor of the Museum’s reception hall - using...

The Bowes Museum Achieves National Accreditation

The Bowes Museum is pleased to announce that its Archive has been awarded Archive Accreditation.    Accredited Archive Services ensure the long-term collection, preservation and accessibility of our archive heritage. Accreditation is the UK quality standard which recognises good performance in all areas of archive service delivery. Achieving accredited status demonstrates that The Bowes Museum Archive has met clearly defined national standards relating to management and...

Love, Romance & Sex in First World War Propaganda

As part of The Bowes Museum’s HLF funded First World War project, “To Serve King and Country”, a series of four illustrated talks will take place this autumn on subjects as diverse as romance and propaganda, North East trench art, music and musicians of the First World War and how women’s fashion responded to the War.   Join us for the first talk this Sunday, 18th September, at 2.30pm, which considers how romance and love were woven into propaganda to deliver strong emotional...