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Conversations with Curators at Moyse's Hall Museum...

Curators in St Edmundsbury Heritage Service selected objects that fascinated and appealed to them on a personal level. This selection was then presented to Lockarts, an arts in mental health organisation, to re-interpret them in their own inimitable way. Objects include a hairball from the stomach of a bull, a sequinned flapper dress and a magic lantern.

 

Artworks include ceramics, textiles and sculpture.

 

To accompany the exhibition there will be a drop in family workshop on Thursday 20 February, 11am-4pm and a chance to meet the artists on 18 & 26 January and 2 & 8 February, 12pm-3.30pm.

 

Running Sunday 12 January - Sunday 23 February 2020.

 

Times: 10am-4pm Monday-Saturday, 12pm-4pm Sundays

Tickets: Standard admission charges apply Booking: Not required

Venue: Moyse's Hall Museum, Bury St Edmunds

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Opening Hours Open daily 10am -5pm (last admission at 4pm), closed bank holidays

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