New exhibitions at Bassetlaw Museum

by | 21 November 2019 | Art, Heritage, Retford

At Bassetlaw Museum in November, you can see two exhibitions.

Thursday 26th September to Saturday 23rd November
Telling stories can enable us to draw links between the past, present and future and bring to life the human presence behind any object. This exhibition is curated by Bassetlaw residents, who worked collaboratively with museum staff towards creating displays showcasing their own objects and revealing heart-touching, surprising and powerful stories. ‘I remember when…’ is the culmination of the Stories and Objects project run by Nottingham Trent University.

An art exhibition by Margaret Rose and Gail Stafford from Saturday 12th October to Saturday 4th January 2020
Margaret Rose studied fashion design and worked in the fashion industry. She is now in her third year as chairwoman of Worksop Society of Artists. Margaret specialises in pastels and her favourite subject is wildlife.
Gail Stafford is a multimedia artist who enjoys experimenting with a variety of media to create colourful contemporary abstract and semi abstract art in acrylic, also, clay relief and silk paintings, pen and ink drawings and linocut prints. Gail is the vice chairman of Worksop Society of Artists. The artists have recently teamed up to exhibit as Woodside Arts; their first major exhibition has just been at Rufford Park Gallery.

Exhibitions take place at Bassetlaw Museum, Amcott House, 40 Grove Street, Retford DN22 6LD. Contact and visit