FSMAG

The Friends of Swindon Museum and Art Gallery (FSMAG) is a voluntary organisation which helps to promote and support the museum & art gallery, its activities, raise funds towards new acquisitions and restoration of items in the collections.

We are currently working and supporting the Museum and Art Gallery Trust on submitting a HLF bid to help build a new museum and art gallery in the centre of town beside the Wyvern Theatre.  There probably has never been a more exciting time to be involved with the museum and art gallery, and we’re encouraging people to pledge their support for the idea of the new museum by joining the Friends and visiting the Trust website and signing up to receive their newsletters.

Benefits of being a Friend include reduced price entry to talks, trips, meeting new people, being more involved with the new project and a chance to work as a volunteer at the museum.

To become a Friend you can join online by clicking the link below, click for a form to print, or visit the gallery and pick up a form. £10 individual membership/ £15 joint membership.

 

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EVENTS

Peter Burgess: A Celebration

Peter Burgess: A Celebration

During the 1970s, Peter Burgess was Head of Ceramics at Swindon School of Art and advised Swindon Museum and Art…

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The Lie Of The Land: Exploring Modern British Landscapes From The Swindon Collection

The Lie of the Land: Exploring Modern British Landscapes from the Swindon Collection

The landscape is one of the most powerful and atmospheric themes in art. It can capture shared experiences of the…

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Swindon In The Frame: The Woodfield Studio, 1915-1939

Swindon in the Frame: The Woodfield Studio, 1915-1939

Between 1915 and 1939, George Woodfield’s camera captured a unique record of Swindon and its people. From his studio in…

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Peter Waldron: Odyssey

Peter Waldron: Odyssey

Peter Waldron’s bold, abstract paintings are inspired by the rhythm, colour and energy of natural forms. This exhibition explores the…

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