Fabulous fabric characters are taking centre-stage at Nuneaton Museum & Art Gallery this Autumn.
Intrigued by the fairy tales that inspired some of Shakespeare's greatest works, creative textile artist Leah Stuart returns to the museum following her successful 2019 debut. This year audiences will revel in the delightful results of a new ambitious project creating over a dozen 3D fabric characters.
Overshadowed folklore and fairy tales, such as the original tragic tale of Pyramus and Thisbe are brought into focus in Upstaged. Stuart presents to us a collection of intricate textile figures furnished in dramatic costume, wigs and masks.
Alongside this there will be a collection of framed freestyle machine-embroidered pieces retelling the stories of our characters.
Come and let your imagination take you into the stories!
The Museum is open Tuesday 10.30am to 4.30pm, Wednesday 10.30am to 4.30pm, Thursday (downstairs and tearoom only) 10.30 - 4.30pm, Friday 10.30am to 4.30pm and Saturday 10.30 - 4.30pm. FREE admission but donations welcome. There is no need to book ahead of your visit, but details will be taken on entry for track and trace purposes. A queuing system will also be in place to manage capacity.
Riversley Park, Coton Road CV11 5TU
Sat 25 Sep 21