Reimagined: the Cycling Revolution around 1900
New Paintings by Patrick Hallissey
30 April – 29 October 2016
Drawing inspiration from Trowbridge Museum’s collection of photography, Cloth Road artist Patrick Hallissey has created a series of vibrant paintings reimagining scenes around cycling at the turn of 1900. Reimagined also tells the story of how the new freedom of movement brought about by the bicycle influenced society, from fashion to visual culture. Entry free of charge.
Trowbridge Town Council is delighted that the Heritage Lottery Fund have awarded them a Development Grant towards the ‘Onwards and Upwards’ project to expand and enhance the award winning Trowbridge Museum, located in the historic Home Mill within the Shires Shopping Centre. Read More…
Well now you can. Find the 7 bears we’ve in shops in the town centre and write down their names on the answer sheet. Hand in your completed sheet at the Museum shop, not forgetting to fill in your contact details, and the first correct answer sheet drawn from the top hat will win a Read More…
Harrison says “We are takeing over! Come on down and see us today as we boot out the staff and do things our way!”