Join in our celebration

Remembrance 100 - Our first Shed project co-curated with students from Trinity School.

Remembrance 100 – Our first Shed project co-curated with students from Trinity School.

Although there are a couple of exciting displays still to come, we’ve been putting the finishing touches to our plans for the End of Show party.  (Not to give the game away, but there’ll be a shed theme!) This will be our opportunity to celebrate with and thank everyone who got involved in some way.  Perhaps you lent us an object, participated in a project or told us about your favourite object when you’ve visited the gallery – if we can, we’ll be in touch.  So, as long as you have left us your contact details then you will receive an invitation to our party.

A Day in Cumbria built a timeline comparing events in Cumbria on the 5 Dec in 1914 to the 5 Dec in 2014.

A Day in Cumbria built a timeline comparing events in Cumbria on the 5 Dec in 1914 to the 5 Dec in 2014.

Another way to get involved is if you’ve seen a Shed exhibit that you’ve enjoyed – why not share your comments, pictures or videos with us.  You may have the opportunity to be included in the end of show event!  You can leave a comment below or send them via enquiries@tulliehouse.co.uk

Over Christmas some families joined us to 'Make a Festive Exhibition of themselves'

Over Christmas some families joined us to ‘Make a Festive Exhibition of themselves’

If you don’t have the opportunity to join us for the party, not to worry, we’ll have a new display and ‘happenings’ from 16th March for all to get involved with in the Work in Progress area.  Watch this space.

All this talk about endings is a little premature as there are many fab things we can still get to see right now.  This is the last week to see Georgie Clough’s work in situ, the Great Art Quest is on this and next week and new information is being added about or collection objects all the time.

Young local artist Georgie Clough's work was displayed in THe Shed.

Young local artist Georgie Clough’s work displayed in THe Shed.

We’d love to see you there!

Claire

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Posted on February 5, 2015, in Exhibitions, THe Shed and tagged , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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