What’s on at Bucks County Museum

Rock and Fossil Day

17 February, 11am – 3pm

Explore spectacular hands on displays, meet the experts and bring in your own mystery items for identification. By donation.

Altered Books Basics Workshop
Saturday 24 February, 10am – 4pm
A marvellous opportunity to learn the basics of the art of altered books with book artist Heather Hunter whose work can be seen in the current exhibition at the museum Ex Libris: Altered Books. In this workshop you will investigate simple techniques to start respectfully altering a book. No previous experience is needed. Cost £45 per person. To book please call 01296 331441.

Elisabeth Frink Exhibition

10 February 2017 – 21 April 2018
Featuring sculpture, drawings and prints and focusing on themes including horses, birds, heads and the human figure, this exhibition commemorates the 25th anniversary of Frink’s death and 40th anniversary of her commission of a standing black horse sculpture outside Lloyds Bank in Milton Keynes.

Talk on Elisabeth Frink and the Ingram Collection

Wednesday 21 March, 2pm – 3pm

To accompany our Elisabeth Frink exhibition, Jo Baring, Curator of the Ingram Collection of Modern British Art, talks about the life and career of sculptor, artist and printmaker Dame Elisabeth Frink. The Ingram Collection has generously lent 18 items by Elisabeth Frink to our exhibition. Cost £7.50 per person. To book please call 01296 331441 or book online at www.buckscountymuseum.org


3 March – 23 June

Curators Choice
Discover what our museum curators like best in the museum’s collections. Why not choose your own favourite object in the Museum? By donation.

The Museum also has a café serving light snacks and drinks and a gift shop.

There is no admission charge to the County Museum but donations are welcome to support Buckinghamshire County Museum Trust, registered charity 1153345.

Bucks County Museum and Roald Dahl Children’s Gallery, Church Street, Aylesbury HP20 2QP. For information and opening times call 01296 331441 or visit www.buckscountymuseum.org


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