Lucy Mascord conserves a taxidermy Red Deer Stag ready for new foyer display at Gallery Oldham.
Opening tomorrow is our exciting new exhibition The Art of Science: Taxidermy by Jack Fishwick. For Jack Fishwick taxidermy is an art form. But it is art based on a deep understanding and careful observation of the natural world. From a very early age he was fascinated by natural history and had a passion […]
We’re very busy installing some eye-catching new foyer displays at Gallery Oldham which will be revealed at the exhibition launch this Saturday. Curious to find out about what the new Heritage and Arts Centre will look like and the types of objects that will be on display? This new exhibit will give you a […]
Staff help replanting the flower beds as part of volunteers week in preparation for Bloom and Grow.
Volunteers’ Week – Pete Stevenson emptying a display case in the foyer at Gallery Oldham.
Mosses collected by Oldham botanist William Mackie from the grave of Thomas Rogers and Helvellyn where his friend and follow botanist died whilst climbing.
Our latest exhibition marks 200 years since the notorious Peterloo Massacre. ‘From Waterloo to Peterloo’ explores the many stories linking Oldham and its people with the historic events of Peterloo.
Part of a series of blogs about artist William Stott of Oldham, focusing on his later career.
Part of a series of blogs looking at the life of artist William Stott of Oldham and focusing on travel.
Part of a series of blogs by Alison Jones investigating the life of artist William Stott. This focuses on model Maud Franklin and her relationship with Whistler.