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What's On Spring 2015

Exhibition and Events at Ceredigion Museum

Along with the permanent displays the museum has a lively programme of temporary exhibitions and events.

Exhibitions are free; there is a charge for some events.

Ticket Information 01970 633088
Ceredigion Museum
EuroVisions: Wales Through the Eyes of European Visitors, 1750–2010

For centuries, continental Europeans have come to Wales for numerous reasons. During the Romantic period some came seeking a rural idyll, whilst others in the Victorian era travelled as industrial spies; and during times of war many refugees escaped to Wales to find shelter from persecution. The exhibited artwork by numerous European artists shows Wales in its many facets, ranging from idyllic landscapes to industrial centres and portraits of the people living in Wales.
11 July – 27 September
WI celebrates 100 years

This is a historic year for all WI members.

Ceredigion Museum will be helping with the centenary celebrations. Historic information about the first local meetings, the activities and campaigns that the many WI groups in Ceredigion have worked on will be featured, together with items of interest involving education, community news and national events.
WI celebrates 100 years
EXHIBITION: WI celebrates 100 years
7 August - 26 September

Set in a small farming community in mid Wales, this is a portrait of a landscape and population that are changing rapidly as the old ways and generations are dying out. A poetic and profound journey into a world of endings and beginnings; a world of stuffed owls, sheep and fire.

£7 (Concessions £6)
Sleep Furiously
EVENT: Film Screening Sleep Furiously
Friday 4 September
Landladies, Harpers and Guides: Providing Services for Tourists in Wales, 1770-1870

A talk by Michael Freeman.

While tourists came to Wales mainly to experience the landscape, they needed accommodation, transport, guides, entertainment and souvenirs which the people of Wales provided, to their mutual benefit.

Landladies, Harpers and Guides
EVENT: Landladies, Harpers and Guides
Saturday 12 September 2pm
Prevous Years