Exhibition

War Art & Reconciliation

26 Oct 2018 – 11 Nov 2018

Event times

10am - 5pm

Cost of entry

Free Entry

The Minories Galleries

Colchester, United Kingdom

Address

Travel Information

  • Situated at the end of Colchester High Street, next to the bus station, and a short walk from Colchester Town railway station.

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An exhibition to mark a centenary since the end of The Great War

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War Art & Reconciliation

Exhibition Open Saturday 27 October – Sunday 11 November

Preview Evening Friday 26 October 6-9pm

An exhibition to mark the centenary of the end of The Great War.

Artists featured include: Hugh Beattie, Hollie Bernard, Marcel Boven, Susan Briaris, Abbie Cairns, Keith Collman, Peter Cox, Michele Knowles, Matt Mackman, Peter Neaves, Louise Olivier, Allan Price, Jan Scott, Betsy Staab, Rinus Verwei, and Erny Van Wijk. Embroiders Guild: Pauline Medinger, Lorna Rand and Sue Pye.

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FREE Events at The Minories:

Saturday 27 Ocober
All Day WW1 Warfare & Homefront Equipment Exhibition by Mike Mount
12 noon – 2pm Knit Your Own Poppy Workshop with Jenny from Colchester’s Knit & Natter
2pm ‘Commemorating the Unthinkable: How Colchester Honoured its War Dead’ Talk by Paul Rusiecki, a researcher on War Memorials of Colchester.

Thursday 1 November
6pm-8pm ‘Women, Children and War’ Talk and Films. Rachel Duffett, Holly Nielson and Sue Laidler show short films and discuss women’s roles during WW1. This event has been organised by the ‘Everyday Lives in War’ Engagement Centre at The University of Essex. (FREE but booking essential via firstworldwar@essex.ac.uk)

Saturday 10 November
12noon ‘Great War Portraits’ by Keith Collman, Talk and Book Signing. The book includes portraits  of the last WW1 veterans Harry Patch, Henry Allingham and William Stone.
2.30pm ‘Towards the Light’ Poetry Reading by poet Judith Wolton from published anthology ‘Poems of Reconciliation’, alongside slides from the Wilfred Own Memorial in Ors, France.

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