In the Dome

In the Dome

The plywood geodesic dome made by members of The Bath Arts Workshop exhibition has now been dismantled after the closure of this highly successful exhibition. Almost 5000 people visited the exhibition during its run. During the time it has been in place we have used the space for every kind of meeting, film show, small workshop and here you can see the Museum’s Management Group holding a meeting in the dome just before it was taken down.

Free Automata Workshop

Free Automata Workshop

Calling all aspiring artists, make your own Automata Thursday 31stOctober 2019 11am – 3pm See here for more info: FREE AUTOMATA WORKSHOP Recycled Cardboard Automata Workshop  Tutors:  Rolande Thomas and Andy Hume from BAW History Group Create a moving ghost – automata workshop for Halloween!’ Draw one of the rooms at the museum and the ghost you think might have lived in it and make it make it move really scarily by turning a handle…!!’ Bring a spare shoe box with you if possible….! we will have some available and all other workshop materials will be provided. The activity will be hands on but fun, so...

He’s Number One

He’s Number One

President of the Bath Railway Society, millionaire and record producer, Peter Waterman presented the Museum of Bath at Work with the Engine Shed Manager’s chair from Bath Green Park Station at the AGM of the society in September. Director Stuart Burroughs accepted the chair from Mr Waterman and Chairman John Froud with pleasure and managed to persuade Pete Waterman to sign his copy of Mel and Kim’s Showing Out (7″ version)—which the great man had produced in 1986. Win-Win you might say’

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