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Events at the Museum

The museum organises and presents a range of events throughout the year, generally cultural in nature. Our aim is to provide a series of enjoyable experiences for our community.

These events can cover quite a range of activities, but they all relate in some way to the life and culture of Sheringham and its surrounds.

The Sheringham History Group holds most of its meetings at the museum, where they present an interesting range of talks. You can see a list of upcoming talks as well as more information about the group by visiting their website - www.sheringhamhistory.co.uk

Art & Artifact - sessions run by Artpocket

22nd & 29 January and 5th February 10.30-12.30

Art & Artefact.
Make a series of creative responses to objects from the museum collection.

Join Artpocket for a series of fun workshops taking a creative response to to the fantastic collection of artefacts at Sheringham Museum. Throughout this short course we will explore a range of drawing, mark making, printmaking and collage techniques and make a series of artworks to take home.

22nd & 29th Jan, 5th Feb. Wednesdays 10.30-12.30
Course cost: £50.00 (including all materials)

Sheringham Museum Lifeboat Plain Sheringham NR26 8BG

Prior booking essential, please contact Artpocket for further details.

www.artpocket.co.uk
07501 315095

For further information, email: info@artpocket.co.uk

Website: www.artpocket.co.uk


Museum at Makers fortnight at the Forum with our Textile group for February half term

FEBRUARY 2020 @ Forum: 8/9/10/11/23 and @ Sheringham Museum

Museum Textile group - Makers fortnight at the Forum (FEBRUARY 2020 @ Forum: 8/9/10/11/23) and at Sheringham Museum (FEBRUARY 15/16/17/18/19/20/21/22)

Sheringham Museum Textile team will be demonstrating the Gansey knitting project and the 8+ metre long Sheringham Seascape embroidery in the style of John Craske throughout half term- a twin site display for Makers Fortnight!

In addition there will be a series of drop-in events for families at the museum:

Saturday 15th February - Make a recycled paper axe or colour a mask- Drop-in 10-12 & 2-4pm (included in normal admission, all materials provided 1 item per child- no unaccompanied under 16 year olds).

Sunday 16th February - Sheringham embroidery project display & Viking colouring, word searches, self-guided visitor activities.
Drop-in 12-4pm (included in normal admission).

Monday 17th February - Make a mini origami boat or turn it into viking ship!
Drop-in 10-12 & 2-4pm (included in normal admission, all materials provided 1 item per child- no unaccompanied under 16 year olds).

Tuesday 18th February - I saw a little Fishy… embroidery workshop to stitch a fish motif inspired by John Craskes work.
Drop-in 10-12 & 2-4pm (included in normal admission, all materials provided 1 item per person- suitable only for aged 10 years and over, no unaccompanied under 16 year olds).

Wednesday 19th February - Beastly Printing!
Session times: 10.30 – 12.00 and 1.30-3.00pm
Dragons and Unicorns and other mythical beasts to inspire your creativity to cut a stencil for a unique silkscreen printed shirt or tote-bag.
£5.50 per item for each child or adult taking part

BOOKING ESSENTIAL through enquiries@sheringhammuseum.co.uk
booking opens January 12th 2020.
Suitable for anyone aged 6 to adults. I adult only to accompany each participating child, additional adults cannot be accommodated due to limitations on space and priority given to workshop participants.

Thursday 20th February - Make a recycled paper axe or colour a mask- Drop-in 10-12 & 2-4pm (included in normal admission, all materials provided 1 item per child- no unaccompanied under 16 year olds).

Friday 21st February - Lunchtime talk 12.30- 1.15pm
Martin Warren on Ganseys – Fishermen’s traditional sweaters and research on patterns used, talk by Martin Warren, museum research associate and author of the Northfolk project. NO BOOKING required

Friday 21st February - Knitting with a sheath/knitting stick demonstration from 1.30-3.00pm

Saturday 22nd February - Knit and (K)natter- gansey knitting and traditional knitted Gansey display from the museum collection.
Drop-in 10-12 and 2-4pm

If you haven’t knitted before and would like to have-a-go join our established knitting group who have been charting and knitting gansey patterns from photographs of Sheringham fishermen.
Included in normal admission, all materials provided.(No unaccompanied children).

and finally the last day at the Forum, Norwich is Feb 23rd 12-3.00pm as the Museum will be closed until Easter seasonal opening on Saturday March 21st.

For further information, email: enquiries@sheringhammuseum.co.uk

Website: www.sheringhammuseum.co.uk