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Art on Monday

Head to the Victoria Art Gallery for ​free talks about the art on display for blind and visually impaired visitors.​​​ The talks take place on selected Mondays from 10am-11.30am. No need to book.

30 January 2023

Paintings from the collection: conservation stories

20 February 2023                      

Jessica Palmer: Wetland spring

13 March 2023                           

Introducing the new senior curator, Nathalie Levi

15 May 2023                               

Bath Society of Artists

12 June 2023

Thomas Rowlandson’s Comforts of Bath

10 July 2023

Kaffe Fassett: Timeless Themes

11 September 2023

Candace Bahouth: Enchanted Visions

16 October 2023       

Upper Gallery works on show

13 November 2023      

Surrealism in Britain

11 December 2023

Gail Mason: Unseen landscapes

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