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Exhibitions

17 January to 5 April 2015
Faces of Conflict
Faces of Conflict

The impact of the First World War on art and facial reconstructive surgery An exploration of the influence on artists and surgeons of the facial injuries suffered during the First World War. The exhibition...

  • RAMM
  • 17 January to 5 April 2015
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22 November 2014 to 12 April 2015
Art & Soul: Victorians and the Gothic
Art & Soul: Victorians and the Gothic

Some of the most memorable Victorian works of art and architecture were inspired by the middle ages. This major exhibition explores an era when, as the most powerful nation in the modern world, Britain...

  • RAMM
  • 22 November 2014 to 12 April 2015
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27 September 2014 to 22 March 2015
Paper Persuaders: First World War posters
Paper Persuaders: First World War posters

When the First World War broke out the British Army numbered 45,000, with another 250,000 part time soldiers. The Secretary of State for War, Lord Kitchener, quickly realised the need to recruit and expand...

  • RAMM
  • 27 September 2014 to 22 March 2015
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28 June 2014 to 31 December 2018
First World War Centenary 2014-18
First World War Centenary 2014-18

The First World War changed the way we live. RAMM’s four-year programme of exhibitions, displays, events and activities focuses on the war’s impact on the people and landscape of the...

  • RAMM
  • 28 June 2014 to 31 December 2018
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25 April to 10 May 2015
Express & Echo Local Art Show 2015
Express & Echo Local Art Show 2015

The annual Express & Echo 2015 Local Art Show gives art groups and societies from Exeter and the surrounding area the chance to display their members work in an exhibition at RAMM. Shortlisted entries...

  • RAMM
  • 25 April to 10 May 2015
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2 May to 2 August 2015
Benedict Rubbra: Eye to Image
Benedict Rubbra: Eye to Image

This is the first major exhibition dedicated to this Devon-based artist’s search for a harmonious relationship between form, colour and light. Paintings and drawings spanning four decades trace the...

  • RAMM
  • 2 May to 2 August 2015
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Events

Sunday 31 August 2014 to Tuesday 31 March 2015
Artist Reflections: Polly Morgan
Artist Reflections: Polly Morgan
FREE

Polly Morgan’s You Are Here is a new piece of art created in response to RAMM’s natural history collections.   ‘You Are Here’ is a creative response to the...

  • 10:00 - 17:00
  • RAMM
  • Sunday 31 August 2014 to Tuesday 31 March 2015
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Thursday 18 December 2014 to Sunday 5 July 2015
Henry Vaughan: a reclusive collector of art
Henry Vaughan: a reclusive collector of art
FREE

In 1899, at the age of 90 unmarried and with no children, Henry Vaughan bequeathed one of the biggest private collections of art to several major British public institutions. What isn’t common...

  • RAMM
  • Thursday 18 December 2014 to Sunday 5 July 2015
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Tuesday 6 January to Monday 23 March 2015
What Do You Collect? Rubbers
What Do You Collect? Rubbers
FREE

From well-known characters and novelty food to souvenirs of places visited, this collection featured in RAMM’s local collectors display case was started over 20 years ago and just keeps on growing....

  • RAMM
  • Tuesday 6 January to Monday 23 March 2015
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Friday 13 February to Sunday 6 September 2015
Artist Reflection: Mark Anstee
Artist Reflection: Mark Anstee
FREE

Anstee’s RAMMYRIORAMA Mark Anstee’s RAMMYRIORAMA is a play on the concept of Victorian spectacles known as Myrioramas. Pre-dating film, these monumental scrolls unwound to reveal painted...

  • RAMM
  • Friday 13 February to Sunday 6 September 2015
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Wednesday 4 March 2015
Metal Mining in Devon and Cornwall: past perspectives and future prospects
Metal Mining in Devon and Cornwall: past perspectives and future prospects
SOLD OUT

Dr Richard Scrivener, formerly of the British Geological Survey, will talk about tin mining in the South West from the early Bronze Age to Devon’s new metal mine at Hemerdon in south Devon, a world...

  • 1.10pm - 2.15pm
  • RAMM
  • Wednesday 4 March 2015
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