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Upcoming Events


Draw Along with Nick Sharratt

14 September, Time TBC

Draw Along with Nick Sharratt

Join Illustrator Nick Sharratt and find out the secrets of his trade! He’ll be leading a drop in workshop for people wanting to hone their drawing skills.


Learning with LEGO®

18 September, 5.30 – 6.30, Booking required

Learning with LEGO®

Join Simon Ayres from Barnard Castle Preparatory School for a fun and interactive talk about how playing with LEGO® helps us learn. Come along and find out new techniques to help make maths enjoyable for everyone. 

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The ‘Lost’ Sketchbook of Joséphine Bowes

27 September, 11.00 - 1.00, Booking required

The ‘Lost’ Sketchbook of Joséphine Bowes

Join #Untitled10 artist, Sara Cooper for an engaging workshop inspired by Joséphine’s love of landscape painting. You will explore the woodland around the Museum grounds, then draw and create your own field notebook to take away. The workshop will involve drawing and basic book making techniques. All levels of experience are welcome as full support will be given.

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LEGO® Late

4 October, 5.00 - 9.00, £10, booking required, limited tickets

LEGO® Late

Join us for a fun after-hours event full of all things LEGO®. From 5 til 7 you can explore the LEGO®: Building The Bowes Museum exhibition in a chilled out environment and enjoy delicious LEGO® themed food and colourful LEGO® cocktails in Café Bowes. Join Richard from Bricks and Beers from 7 for the chance to win prizes with fun building and creative challenges. Enter the Battle Bots Arena - customise your team's robot and push your competitors out of the arena in a series of heats. This is an exclusive event with limited tickets, so tell your friends, sync your diaries and book in some quality playtime!

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Painting the Sea

10 October, 10.00 - 4.30, Booking required Adult £55, Friends £53, Includes morning and afternoon refreshments

Painting the Sea

Always moving, forever changing - the sea has fascinated artists, including Joséphine Bowes, for centuries. In this small group workshop (maximum of 12 participants) with artist Colleen Vaux, we will explore how a range of artists approach the subject and learn different techniques to create a sense of movement and flow in your seascapes. This workshop is suitable for everyone, beginners are welcome and all materials are provided.

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*Online booking closes the day before the event takes place. Call 01833 690606 to see if places are still available.
**Unless otherwise stated events are free with general admission and to Pass holders. Booking maybe required where requested.