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What's On 2017

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.

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Ceredigion Museum
Ian Phillips Taking Stock

Ian Phillips has been producing linocuts of the Welsh landscape for the last fifteen years. Along the way there have been notable events which have led to distinct developments in his work. Walking Long Distance Footpaths, a Residency in Australia and joining a woodcut collaboration have all left distinct impression on Ian’s work and working practice. Ian thought it would be very useful to look back at his prints and show the developments from his early work to the present day. By Taking Stock he can decide on its future.
EXHIBITION: Ian Phillips Taking Stock
6 May - 8 July
Big River Man

Join us once again for the trip of a lifetime in the company of travel writer Hannah Engelkamp and travel film maker Rhys Thwaites Jones.
Big River Man is the hilarious comedy-adventure of one man’s dream to swim the length of the world’s biggest river - The Amazon.

£7 (£6 Concession)
Friday Night at the Coliseum
Friday 12 May 7:30pm
Playing with Print

A free printmaking workshop.
Using Ceredigion Museum’s beautiful, Edwardian Coliseum as inspiration create and hand colour your own print.

Half Term Holiday Activity
Wednesday 31 May Drop In:11am - 1pm
An Evening with The Great Gatsby

Come along Pretty Young Things to the Roaring Twenties.
Swelter in the heat of the hottest party of the decade in the Gatsby Coliseum Mansion.
Watch the Baz Luhrmann masterpiece in the opulent Coliseum and feel like a millionaire.
Dressing up essential, old sport!

£6 (£5 Concession)
Friday Night at the Coliseum
Friday 2 June 7:30pm
Artist Talk with Ian Philips

Join printmaker Ian Phillips for a personal tour through his exhibition, Taking Stock 2002 – 2016.
It is a unique opportunity to find out more about his creative practice and the inspiration for his work

EVENT: Artist talk with Ian Philips
Saturday 3 June 2:30pm
Lightning Path with Small World Theatre

Ella wonders why her family farm is flooding and the eels are not coming up the river anymore. She embarks on a magical journey to find answers. At the end of her journey the audience will help her make some important decisions for the future.

£7 (£3.50 Children/£18 Family ticket)
EVENT: Lightning Path
Saturday 10 June 5:30pm
Prevous Years