Hedgemead Park Project Exhibition, May 17th–November 1st, The Hudson Gallery

Hedgemead Park Project Exhibition, May 17th–November 1st, The Hudson Gallery

The Museum has been working with the Friends of Hedgemead Park on a collaborative project concerned with the history of this local park, the crowded district of homes and their residents. Volunteer Stephanie Stewart and Stuart Burroughs have worked with Nigel Long of the Hedgemead Friends on an exhibition and a series of outdoor walks which will be held in July. Prior to the 18th century the Hedgemead Park area was open ground, considered too steep or useful for housing. Speculative builders in the early 19th century filled the space between London Street and Camden Crescent with rows of terraced...

Alternative Lifestyle / Alternative Bath: The Bath Arts Workshop Exhibition May 17th –November 1st

Alternative Lifestyle / Alternative Bath: The Bath Arts Workshop Exhibition May 17th –November 1st

The collaborative exhibition presented with the Bath Arts Workshop History Group in 2019 was so successful that we have decided to re-display this on the Museum’s top floor during the year. The exhibition is concerned with the antics of the Bath Arts Workshop – a multidisciplinary art group engaged in music, environmental and architectural conservation, performance art and drama as well as youth projects, catering, removals and babysitting! Between 1969 and 1980 these young people were everywhere! Admission is free with access to the Museum. Anyway to accompany the exhibition we will be presenting three short films with discussion made...

Film Series: The Future of Work, Artificial Intelligence and Technology. Three Film Fables.

Film Series: The Future of Work, Artificial Intelligence and Technology. Three Film Fables.

With automation and robots entering our homes – Alexa anyone? What are the prospects for the human race when faced by technology that is more than human? As technology develops in all directions what new inventions could promise so much but cause such misery? From the 1960s “Out of this World” TV Series: Click for more info: Little Lost Robot by Isaac Asimov (1962) The Midas Plague by Frederick Pohl (1965) The Dead Past by Isaac Asimov (1965)  

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