31 August - 1 October, Cafe Gallery
This exhibition provides a balanced look at the artist's desire to convey beauty, peacefulness and simplicity, as found in the Japanese woodblock prints of the ukiyo-e period, and traditional Chinese brush paintings; alongside subjects of unrest, protest and challenge.
18 August- 27 September in the Long Gallery - Free admission - All works are for sale.
Architectural and Landscape paintings and prints, including a special section for Railway enthusiasts by watercolour artist Ray Rawlings.
Dates: 29th June - 30th August 2012 Cafe Gallery
'What Happens in Between' is a response to the question Dina was most asked about her time on location with the 'Human Planet Mountains' film team. It is a collection of scenes taken when the film cameras stopped rolling and the characters were at play ... and all shot through the eye of her time on the veranda.
11 July - 16 September 2012
7 July - 16 August Free admission - Long Gallery exhibition.
Exhibition of works in the Long Gallery by Yvonne Auld and David Auld
Exhibition: 14th July - 23rd September 2012
From feathers to folklore. 37 artists blend innovative art and natural history to create a disturbing world.
Dates: 22nd August
As part of the exhibition Unnatural-Natural History Kate MccGwire gives an insight into her practice as she explores the binary concepts of beauty and disgust: exploring the play of opposites at an aesthetic, intellectual and visceral level.
Saturday 4 August, 10.30am-1pm
A morning of fun and informal drawing workshops and exercises, led by Bristol Drawing Club founder and artist Anouk Mercier.
Saturday 18 August, 2pm
Unnatural- Natural History artist Dean Melbourne will be leading an interactive session using the Pecha Kucha format to discuss his relationship to images and recent developments in his work.
Saturday 18 August, 10am-1pm
Due to insufficient bookings this workshop is now cancelled - we apologise for any inconvenience caused. Please book for our half-term activities.
Date: 11th August, 2pm
Unnatural Natural History hopes to question our notions of what can be considered natural creating a dialogue between art and the natural world. Explore the exhibition first hand with curators Coates and Scarry.