28 April 2022—31 March 2024
DISPLAY: Bristol has been a vital city in Disability activism, but this history has been completely unwritten. Until now.
6 August 2022—1 September 2024
DISPLAY: The exhibition examines how Japan became the global leading makers of porcelain between 1640 and 1680.
16 September—17 December 2023
INSTALLATION: Working with Bristol creatives, Georgian House Museum features two new sets of artistic responses to the Museum’s colonial past, imagining the unheard voices of those that were enslaved.
30 September 2023—21 April 2024
EXHIBITION: Throughout galleries and museums, disabled, D/deaf and neurodiverse experiences have been concealed. This new exhibition exposes these hidden stories and challenges preconceptions.
21 October 2023—21 April 2024
EXHIBITION: Returning to Bristol Museum & Art Gallery! 100 stunning photographs showcasing Earth’s extraordinary diversity and highlighting the fragility of wildlife on our planet.
28 November 2023—28 November 2024
SPECIAL EVENT: See Hogarth’s vast triptych and learn about its remarkable journey around Bristol since it was painted for St Mary Redcliffe in 1755/56.