Enduring Eye: The Antarctic Legacy of Ernest Shackleton and Frank Hurley
Upcoming Exhibition 24th Nov - 24th Feb
'At Last fighting is over'
FirstThursdays Chelt: A late night culture hop
A Sense of Place
#FirstThursdaysChelt - January 3rd, 2019
Join us on the 3rd of January as we beat the January blues with another evening of after hours events.
Ernest Shackleton and WW1, 30 January 2019, 1.15 - 2.15pm
The Wilson's curator, Ann-Rachael Harwood, discusses Shackleton's contribution to WW1.
Frank Hurley and Herbert Ponting, 23 January 2019, 1.15 - 2.15pm
Anne Strathie, currently writing a new Ponting biography, discusses two remarkable men.
From Invalid to Idol : the Antarctic Expeditions of Sir Ernest Shackleton, 16 January 2019, 1.15 - 2.15pm
Polar Historian Dr David Wilson discusses Shackleton's three great voyages to the Antarctic.
Emery Walker Library: The Private Presses after the War
This small exhibition charts new developments in printing in the 1920s and early 1930s through the works in...
#FirstThursdaysChelt - December 6th, 2018
The second late night culture hop is just around the corner.
Object talk: Dr Edward Wilson’s fur suit, 7 February, 6pm
Join our collections team for a series of evening talks about iconic objects in the museum. February: Dr Edward...
Object talk: Roman Gods in Gloucestershire
Join our collections team for a series of evening talks about iconic objects in the museum. December: Roman Gods,...
Artist Call Out
Interested in displaying your own work in the context of a vibrant art gallery and museum? Look no further...
Museum Shop Sunday – 25th November 2018
The Wilson Art Gallery & Museum will celebrate Museum Shop Sunday on 25 November 2018 with artists in residence, book...
Enduring Eye 24th Nov 2018- 24th Feb 2018
This is an incredible photographic record of Sir Ernest Shackleton’s Antarctic exploration, 1914-17.