Active Environmentalism can best be described as taking individual decisions as part of a collective responsibility.
We are all familiar with the problems, but what are the solutions? By hearing from experts across a range of fields we can better inform our own personal decision making, and often there are not finite answers only steps.
Wednesday 22 September, 6:30pm
Join us for a talk with award-winning British Egyptian documentary photographer Laura El-Tantawy interviewed by our director of photography Dr Julie Bonzon.
26 September – 16 January 2022
Man is an Animal is the most extensive collection of large-scale sculptures by Dame Elisabeth Frink to be shown in this country since the artist’s death in April 1993. Loaned from various institutions and private collectors, it was first exhibited at the Gerhard Marcks Haus Museum in Bremen, Germany.
Friday 15 October, 6:30pm
Gallery talk with curators and experts on Elisabeth Frink repositioning her work in the 21st century.
Join Dr Helen Pheby and Jo Baring for a discussion on the importance of Elisabeth Frink’s sculpture and it’s relevance in the 21st century. Chaired by curator Catherine Milner.
22 October – 28 November
In October 2021, Messums Photography will present ‘Showtime’, a solo show of young documentary photographer Sophie Green in our Wiltshire venue. Green’s photographs celebrate the joy, uniqueness and eccentricities of under-represented subcultures in Britain, often in playful and humorous ways.