What’s On: Exhibitions, week of June 27

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This week’s exhibitions.

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BELTON HOUSE, GRANTHAM

Studio Silver Today, on display until November 1. Artist in residence most Saturdays

BOURNE HERITAGE CENTRE

Exhibition on Bourne’s motor racing past, Charles Worth, railways, mineral water industry, Bourne at war and town businesses. Open 2 to 4pm Saturdays and Sundays. Admission free.

BROWNE’S HOSPITAL, STAMFORD

Exhibition by Rutland and Stamford Embroiders’ Guild, 11am to 4pm on Saturdays and Bank Holidays and 2pm to 4.30pm on Sundays until September. Admission to Browne’s Hospital is £2.50 for adults, £1 for children and £2 for senior citizens

CARRE GALLERY, SLEAFORD

Views and Visions. An exhibition of work by Julia Law, Peter Skilton and Bob Armstrong, on display until Saturday, June 28.

GOLDMARK GALLERY, UPPINGHAM.

Exhibition of oils and drawings by Jankel Adler, on display until July 25. Opening Times

9.30am-5.30pm Mondays to Saturdays, 11am to 4pm Sundays. 01572 821424

GRETTON VILLAGE HALL

Exhibition by members of Gretton Art Group,Saturday, 10.30am-4pm, Saturday, June 28 and Sunday, June 29. Free admission. Refreshments will be available.

THE HARBOUR GALLERY, WHITWELL

Exhibition of paintings, sketches and sculptures by Christopher Clayton, John Nicholls, Andrea Naylor and Karen Neale. On display until Monday, June 30.

OAKHAM SCHOOL

Sculpture in the Smallbone Library until June 26. Exhibition by Jerwoods pupils. Monday to Friday, 10am to 5pm. Saturday, 10am to midday.

PETERBOROUGH MUSEUM

Permanent exhibitions include: Changing Landscapes - Geology, Ice Age, Wildlife. Archaeology - First People, The Norman Cross Depot - Prisoners of War, Changing Lives; History of the Museum; Victorian Operating Theatre.

RUTLAND COUNTY MUSEUM

RUTLAND OPEN STUDIOS ART TRAIL

Free Entry to 30-40 artists’ studiospen around the county every weekend in June from 10am-5pm. 65 different artists working in glass, ceramics, paint, textiles and sculpture will be displaying there work

and demonstrating their skills.

Visit www.rutlandopenstudios.co.uk for more information or pick up a brochure from an information centre.

STAMFORD ARTS CENTRE

Exhibition by Oakham Art Group, Saturday, June 21 - Sunday, July 5.

Paintings are for sale and all enquires welcome.

THE PRIEST’S HOUSE, EASTON-ON-THE-HILL

Exhibition of 1950s style railway posters painted by award winning Stamford artist Vic Millington, 2pm to 4.30pm every Sunday in June, July and August. Admission is free.

WILLOUGHBY MEMORIAL TRUST GALLERY, CORBY GLEN

Structure, Fibrefusion, exhibition of textile art depicting their individual explorations June 11 to July 9.

VICTORIA HALL, OAKHAM

Exhibition by Keith Sturgess until Sunday, June 29.