Successful Opening of Bloodlines

Posted on Oct 14, 2019 in Blog | No Comments

The new exhibition, Bloodlines: Three Generations of Welsh Artists, was officially opened at Tenby Museum & Art Gallery on Friday 11 October. The exhibition features work by David Charles Edwards, John Uzzell Edwards (son of David) and Charles Uzzell Edwards aka Pure Evil (grandson). The exhibition was officially opened by Charles, who said, “When my […]

Bloodlines at Tenby Museum

Posted on Oct 9, 2019 in Blog, Exhibitions | No Comments

The new exhibition, Bloodlines, officially opens at Tenby Museum on Friday 11 October. The exhibition features three generations of Welsh artists – David Charles Edwards, John Uzzell Edwards and Charles Uzzell Edwards, widely known as urban artist Pure Evil. David Charles Edwards (1903 – 1961) was the father of John and the grandfather of Charles. […]

This Is Not A Poem

Posted on Sep 23, 2019 in Blog, Forthcoming Events | No Comments

On Friday 18 October Tenby Museum and Art Gallery is pleased to welcome Cameroon-born poet Eric Charles Ngalle and BAFTA Cymru and New York Festivals award-winning film-maker Greg Lewis to present their work This Is Not A Poem. The film explores identity, diversity, racism and tolerance and is based on Eric’s work, which has been […]

Archaeology Identification Day

Posted on Sep 16, 2019 in Blog, Event Archive | No Comments

Dan Ein Traed/Beneath Our Feet Object Identification drop-in sessions Ever found an old object in your garden and wanted to know what it was? Want to find out about the archaeology and heritage of Pembrokeshire? If so, then pop in to one of our drop-in sessions where you can: Have objects identified and recorded Find […]

Gentleman’s Collection – update

Posted on Sep 4, 2019 in Blog, Exhibitions | No Comments

Following a very successful exhibition, some of the unsold works from this short show are still available for purchase. The museum still has the works by John Piper, Claudia Williams, Gwen John and Ray Howard Jones’ Way Down to Easter Bay, Martin’s Haven.  If you are interested in purchasing any of these works please do […]

Wales in Watercolour by Graham Hadlow

Posted on Aug 27, 2019 in Blog, Exhibition Archive | No Comments

The new exhibition by Graham Hadlow, Wales in Watercolour, is being officially opened at Tenby Museum on Art Gallery on Friday evening (30 August). The exhibition features over fifty watercolours of Welsh landscapes including scenes of Pembroke, Manorbier, Tenby, Amroth, the Gower, Cardigan and Solva, Graham, a Yorkshireman by birth, studied Creative Design at Loughborough […]

Gentleman’s Collection – exciting new art exhibition

Posted on Aug 11, 2019 in Blog | No Comments

An exhibition of privately owned art is being exhibited at Tenby Museum and Art Gallery for one week only in August. This sales exhibition, entitled Gentleman’s Collection, features work by artists such as Augustus and Gwen John, John Piper, the Buck brothers, Brendan Stuart Burns, John Knapp-Fisher, Arthur and Bim Giardelli, Ray Howard Jones, Mary Lloyd […]

Poems from Pembrokeshire

Posted on Aug 5, 2019 in Blog, Event Archive | No Comments

As part of Seren’s Pembrokeshire Poetry Summer Tour, Tenby Museum will be hosting an afternoon of poetry at the museum on Wednesday 21 August at 2pm. Poetry editor Amy Wack will be joined by Professor Tony Curtis, Br. David Hodges, Samantha Rhydderch, George Sandifer-Smith, A.C. Bevan and others for reading from Poems from Pembrokeshire, part […]

A Natural/History Walk on Castle Hill

Posted on Jul 31, 2019 in Blog, Event Archive | No Comments

With such glorious summer weather, what better idea than to celebrate in the great outdoors the wonderful colours and myriad scents of the natural world?  Well now is your opportunity.  On Thursday 15 August botanist, PCNPA and Tenby Museum volunteer Vicky Tomlinson will be leading the first of three natural history themed guided walks around […]

Windows, Doors and Alleyways at Tenby Museum

Posted on Jul 29, 2019 in Blog | No Comments

On Thursday 25 July, Tenby Museum and Tenby Camera Club joined forces for the “Windows, Doors & Alleyways” photographic project. This involved getting members of the Club and the general public to take a photograph of either of these architectural features in the town and submit it to the Club. The selected images would then […]