Roman Soldier on a Stick
Friday 1 June, 10-11am
Create a Roman soldier on a stick inspired by the Roman army and the kit they carried.
Cost: £2.50 per child, £1.50 for members
Family Film Friday
Friday 1 June, 11am
Set at the dawn of time, when dinosaurs and woolly mammoths roamed the earth, Early Man tells the story of how one plucky caveman unites his tribe against a mighty enemy and saves the day!
Cost: £5.60 per adult, £2.70 children
Exhibition by Anne Boning
7 June – 1 July
Artist and Sculptor, Anne Boning, presents a series of paintings exploring light, shade and colour.
The exhibition comprises a series of more than fifty small watercolour paintings.
The images are an expression of the artist’s innermost thoughts and were painted over a particular period of time.
Discover the Archaeology of the Cotswolds
Afternoon Talk with Dr Alison Brookes
Thursday 7 June, 2.30-4pm
The Prehistory galleries of the Corinium Museums are to be transformed during the Stone Age to Corinium Project. Join Dr. Alison Brookes, Collections Development Officer, to explore how the new space will inspire and engage visitors with the archaeology of the Cotswolds.
The talk will offer the opportunity to see a selection of objects which are currently in storage including rare stone tools, the earliest pottery vessels and an array of Bronze and Iron Age metalwork. During this new series of talks Alison will reveal how the objects were discovered and what they tell us about the earliest human occupation of the Cotswolds.
Cost: £7 per adult, £6 members
Battle of the Sexes
Thursday 14 June, 7pm
The electrifying 1973 tennis match between World number one Billie Jean King (Emma Stone) and ex-champ and Bobby Riggs (Steve Carell) was billed as the Battle of the Sexes and became the most watched televised sports event of all time.
Cost: £6.50 per adult, £5.50 concession
Saturday 23 & Sunday 24 June, 2.15pm
In June 1971 The New York Times, the Washington Post and the nation's major newspapers took a brave stand for freedom of speech and reported on the Pentagon Papers, the massive cover-up of government secrets that spanned four decades and four Presidents.
Cost: £5.60 per adult, £4.80 concession
Dr Valija Evalds – What Are They Wearing?
Thursday 28 June, 7-8.30pm
What Are They Wearing? Dr. Valija Evalds explores images of cloth and clothing on medieval and renaissance artefacts in the Corinium Museum Collection. Abbot’s mitres and renaissance ruffs often look exaggerated to the modern eye, as do the shapes of medieval and renaissance bodies. And why would a merchant like John Coxwell wear so much black? Dr Evalds asks what the artists meant to convey when they depicted garments, and what the contemporary audience understood when they saw it.
Valija Evalds has a PhD in art history from Yale University. She has lectured in medieval art history, the history of costume and textiles, the development of illustrated children's books and the history of the home. She has published articles on medieval sculpture and the history of dress.
Cost: £7 per adult, £6 members
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