Events and Exhibitions at Tiverton Museum in 2019
Terrific Tuesdays - World War Two Day
27 August 2019
We are marking the 80th anniversary of the outbreak of the time. See an American Jeep, and find out about the GI camp, rations and WW2 food with a chance to taste some recipes. Follow the trail to explore our WW2 collection and make a poppy to remember those who fell during the war.
Around the World
31 August 2019
Visit Tiverton Museum's new temporary exhibition and explore Mid Devon's international links over the centuries.
The exhibition is family friendly. Entry as part of normal admission. Runs until 31 August.
Monthly Print Club at Tiverton Museum
06 September 2019
Monthly print club for artists and anyone who wants to get creative. We're a very supportive group and try out a range of printmaking techniques. Get in touch with email@example.com or go to the website lizzieprint.wordpress.com
Sessions run 10:00-1:00 or 1:30-4:30
Deeds or Words? Talk by Julia Neville
18 September 2019
Deeds or Words? Devon Suffrage Activists and the growth of militancy in the Votes for Women campaign.
£6 (£5 members)
Fragments of Time; A Collection of Prints
01 October 2019
Artists attending the print club based at Tiverton Museum are pleased to be able to show a range of prints that explore the museum collections.
Friday 6th September to Tuesday 1st October.
Photographic Club's Annual Exhibition
05 October 2019
Heathcoat and Tiverton Photographic Club's Annual Exhibition
Saturday 5th October to Friday 1st November
Terrific Tuesdays - Autumn Crafts
22 October 2019
Join us for autumn crafts during the October half-term.
Suitable for children aged 4-11.
10.30 - 12.30 or 1.30 - 3.30
Book online at Eventbrite or at museum.
Terrible Tiverton Walk
31 October 2019
A gruesome walk through the terrible history concelaed in Tiverton's streets. Not aimed at children (older children welcome at an adult's discretions) - this may be unnerving for some!
5.30 - 7pm
Book online at Eventbrite or at the museum
08 November 2019
In this illustrated talk Amyas Crump explores Odette, known to many as a wartime heroine, as a local mother of three young girls, her love of the Blackdown Hills and life away from wartime France.
There will also be a small display of memoribilia and some copies of the latest book on Odette available.
Book online at www.eventbrite.com or at the museum.