Mason Moore | Hinckley Reporter | 28 April 2023
A NEW exhibition being held inside of the Nuneaton Museum and Art Gallery inside Riversley Park combines ‘stunning’ photographs, with the science of colour.
The exhibition, created by Blue Torkay, is named ‘Wild Colour’, and will be on display to museum visitors for the first time tomorrow (Sunday, 29 April) until Sunday, 9 July.
It will feature showcase illustrations of many different animals and creatures, including gorillas, lions, chameleons, and porcupines, to name a few.
A spokesperson for Nuneaton and Bedworth Borough Council stressed that whilst the Museum will be open from tomorrow and Sunday, it will be closed on Monday.
They simply said: “Please note that the museum will be closed on Monday, 1 May.”
Also on show inside of the Museum and Art Gallery is the Museum’s Festival of Arts exhibition, showcasing more photography, as well as the “Where Did You Get That Hat?” exhibition, which shows off the Museum’s fun collection of different hats.
And, to mark and commemorate the King’s coronation next Saturday (6 May), younger visitors will be able to head in on Bank Holiday Monday (8 May) to make their own crowns, from 10.30am to 4.30pm.