Henry Moore: in the Arts Council Collection 8th February - 13th April
Henry Moore is an important figure for the Arts Council Collection. He
was a key advisor to the acquisitions committee during the early 1950s,
shaping the collection by championing post-war British sculpture. His
representation within the collection is also very strong, and it is an
exciting opportunity to see the delightful domestic rather than the
monumental scale of some of his work. The exhibition at the Williamson
offers an opportunity to enjoy 24 items: prints, sculptures and drawings
spanning five decades.
Hosting an Arts Council Collection means that The Williamson Art Gallery need to increase support for the exhibition and have the
room staffed during opening hours which is 6 days a week for 9 weeks.
They are looking for volunteers to during the exhibition.
If you are interested in
finding out more please email Jo McGuire