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Feb
26
Wed
Hideyuki Sobue: Conversation with Ruskin
Feb 26 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

This exhibition presents Hideyuki Sobue’s portrait of John Ruskin,commissioned for the 2019 bicentenary of Ruskin’s birth.

Hideyuki Sobue’s portrait of John Ruskin, commissioned for the 2019bicentenary of his birth, presents Ruskin as a prophet for our contemporaryperiod of ecological and existential crisis.

With new works exploring the Lake District landscape by Hideyuki, thisexhibition calls forth Ruskin’s love of nature, his spirituality and theconflicting sensitivities of this visionary man.

In partnership with Brantwood, John Ruskin’s home inthe Lake District. Supported by ArtsCouncil England.

More details: https://www.lancaster.ac.uk/events/hideyuki-sobue-conversation-with-ruskin

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Ruskin: Museum of the Near Future
Feb 26 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Ruskin: Museum of the NearFuture explores the contemporary relevance of Ruskin’s drawings,paintings and photographs, notebooks, sketchbooks and diaries, through thedynamic interplay of past, present and future.

Ruskin’s motto was ‘Today’. Hebelieved that the way we see things now will shape the way we think and behavein the future. His concerns about the dehumanising effects of technology, andimpact of industrialisation on the health of the planet, speak powerfully toour own era.

‘Ruskin: The Museum of the NearFuture’ explores the relevance of Ruskin’s thinking today. Through image andword, his works take us into the nature of seeing and into the multidimensionalnature of knowledge itself. Parables and places for imaginative encounters,they reflect our relationship, both modest and magnificent, to the world inwhich we live.

In partnership with Brantwood, John Ruskin’s home inthe Lake District.

More details: https://www.lancaster.ac.uk/events/ruskin-museum-of-the-near-future

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Turner and the Picturesque
Feb 26 @ 10:00 am – May 7 @ 6:00 pm

Come and marvel at J.M.W. Turner’s ‘Picturesque views in England and Wales. It is arguably the finest and most ambitious series of British topographical engravings ever produced on copper.

Free admission for local residents or £3 adults, £2 concessions. (Includes entry to Maritime Museum)

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Wild at the Margins Exhibition
Feb 26 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Wild at the Margins exhibition by Fay Collins and Janet Robinson. A fascinating consideration of the boundaries between mankind and nature.
Until 1 March 2020.
Closed Mondays

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Active Health Wednesday Walk (10.30-11.30am) – Salt Ayre Sports Centre
Feb 26 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm

Come and join us for this friendly led walk every Wednesday and experience the physical and social benefits of walking with a group.

We begin at 11.00am and go for a walk around the running track at Salt Ayre Sports Centre. This walk lasts around an hour.

The walk is designed to go at an easy pace and provide a comfortable atmosphere for your exercise and to help your mobility. It is perfect for anyone who wants to keep healthy or just fit some gentle exercise into their day.

To join the FREE walk, please meet at Salt Ayre Sports Centre every Wednesday.
This walk is organised by the City Council’s Active Health team. For more information about the walk please contact Donna Swarbrick on 01524 847540 extension 206.

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Feb
27
Thu
Paid Content by David Stewart @ The White Elephant Contemporary Art Gallery 40 Euston Road Morecambe LA4 5DD
Feb 27 all-day

February 8th sees the opening of White Elephant Contemporary Art’ inaugural exhibition in their new location at 40 Euston Road Morecambe: ‘Paid Content’ by David Stewart. A social experiment by the Karabekian/ Nagardo Foundation . Please check the website for opening times www.whiteelephantgallery.co.uk. Instagram:@whiteelephantgallery

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Hideyuki Sobue: Conversation with Ruskin
Feb 27 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

This exhibition presents Hideyuki Sobue’s portrait of John Ruskin,commissioned for the 2019 bicentenary of Ruskin’s birth.

Hideyuki Sobue’s portrait of John Ruskin, commissioned for the 2019bicentenary of his birth, presents Ruskin as a prophet for our contemporaryperiod of ecological and existential crisis.

With new works exploring the Lake District landscape by Hideyuki, thisexhibition calls forth Ruskin’s love of nature, his spirituality and theconflicting sensitivities of this visionary man.

In partnership with Brantwood, John Ruskin’s home inthe Lake District. Supported by ArtsCouncil England.

More details: https://www.lancaster.ac.uk/events/hideyuki-sobue-conversation-with-ruskin

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Ruskin: Museum of the Near Future
Feb 27 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

Ruskin: Museum of the NearFuture explores the contemporary relevance of Ruskin’s drawings,paintings and photographs, notebooks, sketchbooks and diaries, through thedynamic interplay of past, present and future.

Ruskin’s motto was ‘Today’. Hebelieved that the way we see things now will shape the way we think and behavein the future. His concerns about the dehumanising effects of technology, andimpact of industrialisation on the health of the planet, speak powerfully toour own era.

‘Ruskin: The Museum of the NearFuture’ explores the relevance of Ruskin’s thinking today. Through image andword, his works take us into the nature of seeing and into the multidimensionalnature of knowledge itself. Parables and places for imaginative encounters,they reflect our relationship, both modest and magnificent, to the world inwhich we live.

In partnership with Brantwood, John Ruskin’s home inthe Lake District.

More details: https://www.lancaster.ac.uk/events/ruskin-museum-of-the-near-future

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Turner and the Picturesque
Feb 27 @ 10:00 am – May 8 @ 6:00 pm

Come and marvel at J.M.W. Turner’s ‘Picturesque views in England and Wales. It is arguably the finest and most ambitious series of British topographical engravings ever produced on copper.

Free admission for local residents or £3 adults, £2 concessions. (Includes entry to Maritime Museum)

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Wild at the Margins Exhibition
Feb 27 @ 10:00 am – 5:00 pm

Wild at the Margins exhibition by Fay Collins and Janet Robinson. A fascinating consideration of the boundaries between mankind and nature.
Until 1 March 2020.
Closed Mondays

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