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Start Date: 24 January 2020
Start Time: 10am-4pm Monday-Saturday, 12pm-4pm Sundays
End Date: 23 February 2020

Moyse's Hall Museum, Bury St Edmunds

An exhibition of mixed media artwork delivered by Suffolk charity Lockarts based upon collections held by St Edmundsbury Heritage Service.

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.

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