What’s on at Bassetlaw Museum

by | 5 March 2020 | Art, Heritage, Hobbies

Events and exhibitions at Bassetlaw Museum in March are:

Art Exhibition by Patricia Lane
Saturday 14th March to Saturday 9th May
The inspiration for most of Patricia’s work is the landscape of the UK and Andalucia in southern Spain. Her finished paintings are not necessarily exact representations of any single place at any one time. Patricia captures the essence of the landscape. She records its physical features but she also seeks to incorporate emotions and her individual response.

From Pilgrims to John Player Special
January to March 2020
This exhibitions looks at the impact of the exotic New World import, tobacco. From the luxury to social pastime and now health risk we explore our relationship with this pant over the past 400 years.

Guided tours of Amcott House
Run monthly, Thursday 19th March
More than just the home of the museum, Amcott House has a rich and varied history going back 250 years. Discover it on this guided tour. Find out the secrets of the house and go behind the scenes to the former servant’s quarters. Pay as much as you like. Booking essential. Call Bassetlaw Museum on 01777 713749 or email bassetlaw.museum@bassetlaw.gov.uk

Art for the terrified — art classes
Run fortnightly on Saturdays
Friendly and relaxed art lessons for beginners, just bring a pencil! Stay as long as you like, tea/coffee are provided for a small donation. Suitable for age 16-plus and the cost is £7.00 per person. For more information, call the museum on 01777 713749.