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Let your creative side shine at Museum in the Park

This week, a number of events are going on at Museum in the Park at Stratford Park in Stroud, perfect for people with an arty side and those looking to entertain children during the summer holidays.

Wednesday July 28th 2pm - 4pm

Art in the Park - creative fun & free activities for families

Go along to Stratford Park and enjoy drawing, sketching, painting and doodling inspired by the glorious parkland settings, its trees, plants, wildlife and views. Fabulous and free outdoor family art activities for all ages and abilities. Meeting will be outside the Museum. If it's very wet and stormy, the event will take place in the Garden Pavilion. 

Thursday July 29th, 7pm - 8.30pm, £5

Evening Music in the Garden with Guitarist James Watson

The first Summer Late! Enjoy a relaxed visit the Art Gallery and Garden in the peaceful after hours, then listen to James play some of his favourite classical guitar pieces from the Garden Pavilion. Drinks are available to buy at reception, seats are available in the Pavilion in the event of rain showers or enjoy music as you muse and meander. Doors open at 7pm, music starts around 7.30pm.

Tickets can be purchased at http://www.ticketsource.co.uk/the-museum-in-the-park

Friday July 30th, 10.30am - 12.30pm & 2pm - 4pm

Butterfly Flutterby: Family Drop in Workshop with Artist Susie Walker

Artist Susie Walker will help you bring butterflies to life using vivid Brusho Inks and drawing with sticks you bring with you on the day or find in the park. Working outdoors you can celebrate the Big Butterfly Count by creating your own butterfly print, seeing how the colours flow into each other, then taking your stick to draw with black ink adding detail to your butterfly.

Susie has been bringing creative opportunities to people around Gloucestershire for over 25 years. Susie brings a joy of creating, exploring and experimenting to her work with others of all ages and is a great believer in the way creativity brings a sense of wellbeing to our lives.

Now until Sunday August 8th- the Big Butterfly Count

Pick up an ID count sheet, find a quite spot in the park and see what butterflies you can sight this year! This event is free but a donation of £1 per child is appreciated. If the weather is very wet it will take place in the Garden Pavilion.

Until Sunday September 12th

Jon Buck: March of Mutability

An exhibition of bronze sculptures and drawings curated by Gallery Pangolin

Following Jon Buck's successful 2019 exhibition Time of Our Lives, a major body of work shown across both Pangolin Galleries, Gallery Pangolin and The Museum in the Park have teamed up to present a new exhibition entitled 'March of Mutability'. This show includes a group of new sculptures relating to contemporary theories of Evolution, and new abstract pastel drawings.

For this event you can just rock up, with opening times being Tuesday to Friday 10am - 4.30pm and weekends 11am - 4.30pm.

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