Exhibition of Local Artists 1850-1950
Medway Libraries are hosting an exhibition, about forgotten artists of the Medway area during May and June.
The exhibition covers the work of Richard Dadd, Henry Hopper, Charles Spencelayh, Donald Maxwell, Frank Algernon Stewart, Henry Hill and Evelyn Dunbar. Their lives were as event-filled as they were varied, as two of the artists worked during war time and produced work inspired by their experiences. If you were thinking that there were no artists in the Medway until the 1970s, this exhibition proves otherwise! The exhibition will be at Strood library during May and will move on to Wigmore library at the beginning of June, where it will stay until mid-July.
The exhibition will be accessible during normal working hours for the libraries. These are:
Strood Library: Mon & Fri 9am-7pm, Tuesday 10am - 6pm, Wednesday and Thursday 9am-6pm and Saturday 9am - 5pm
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Wigmore Library: Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday 9am - 6pm, Thursday 9am -7pm and Saturday 10am - 4pm
If you are interested in exhibiting your own work, Strood Library is one of three libraries that hold an exhibition space that is available for use by local artists for free. These are Strood, Wigmore and Rainham Libraries .
For queries about exhibiting at Strood library contact Judy Frayne on 01634 335890 or at email@example.com
For queries about exhibiting at Rainham and Wigmore Libraries contact Joan Newman on 01634 235576 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you have any questions about the Exhibition of Local Artists 1850-1950, please call Strood Library on 01634 335890 .