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As part of The Power and The Virtue: Guido Reni’s Death of Lucretia exhibition, the Elementary Sisterhood are sharing a story session and workshop. They are a group of writers who created a collection of stories of Sisterhood to raise money for Newcastle Woman's Aid.
Come along, meet the writers, hear their stories and create your own.
11.00 – 12.00: Reading from the Elementary Sisterhood followed by a Q&A session.
Come and find out why they write stories in the way that they do and muse with us about the role of a modern heroine vs heroines of the past.
1.00 – 2.00: Writing workshop: Creating strong female characters (max 30 participants).
In this workshop you have the chance to work on your own female character and explore what makes them tick. There will be exercises for character development and an opportunity to discuss your work before exploring the exhibition
Santa is coming to the Museum again this December so come and join us for a magical family experience. More details coming up closer to the time.
Join the Assistant Curator of Fine Art, Bernadette Petti for an introduction to the exhibition The Power and the Virtue: Guido Reni’s Death of Lucretia.
Join us for the feel good event of the season with festive foods, crafts and music. More surprises and details coming up closer to the date.
A wide range of independent traders and community music groups create the warm, festive atmosphere at the Christmas Market. If you would like to perform or trade at the market please contact email@example.com
Norman Cornish MBE was perhaps the most significant artist to emerge from the North East of England in the 20th Century. Through his work, he recorded one of the most important passages in English history. As part of the regional celebrations of his centenary, his son-in- law Mike Thornton will present this illustrated talk. Revealing predominantly unseen works, it will cover many of the key moments in the artist’s career, including important commissions such as The Durham Miners’ Gala Mural and his works for The Port of Tyne Authority. Mike will also share images of life in Norman’s family home in Spennymoor during the 1950s and 60s and works from his trip to Paris in 1967. This is a story of the artist’s great determination and resilience to overcome adversity and prejudice to become one of the region’s most celebrated artists.
*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.