Artists in Residence
We have the opportunity for artists to rent a space at very low cost on in the 4th floor art department, to work in but also display their art, and make sales to the museum visitors. It’s a great chance to be exhibited in a Broadway High Street gallery, but also to get away from your regular studio, and to be inspired in peaceful and beautiful surroundings.
Contact email@example.com for details or call on 01386 859 047
ART COURSE: Learn to Draw or hone your skills with local artist and teacher Doug Eyre
Class every Tuesday from 21st February 2017
10.15am – 4.30pm
£50 per person per day
4th floor of the museum
Doug Eyre has spent a lifetime as a professional artist and teacher. He has perfected many techniques and skills such as lettering, design, illustrating, painting and trompe l’oeil. He also loves to teach and to share his skills.
Further courses for June to December are being developed. Spaces limited to six students.
To book telephone 01386 859047 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or call into the museum.
All proceeds go to support the Museum & Art Gallery.
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Museum closed until 10th February
Tuesday – Sunday 10.00-5.00 (last entry 4.30)
Open Bank Holiday Mondays
Child £2.00 (under 5’s free)
We provide guided tours of the house and the displays for booked Groups of 10+ at a discounted price:
Please contact the House Manager at email@example.com for further information and to book in advance.
We can also cater for other subjects – please contact the House Manager in advance to discuss these bespoke requests.
By Car – Broadway village is off the A44 between Stow-on-the-Wold and Evesham approaching from the South and off the A44 just after Evesham travelling from Worcester or the M5 junction 6 from the North. Broadway is approximately 1 hour from Oxford, 30 minutes from Cheltenham, 40minutes from the M5 and 15 minutes from Evesham.
ByTrain – closest stations are Evesham, Honeybourne or Moreton In Marsh on the London to Hereford line (FGW). Oxford to Honeybourne is a 50 minute rail journey. Buses run from Cheltenham to Broadway. The London to Cheltenham route is most helpful for a bus connection.
Become a Friend, make a donation, or become a Benefactor of The Ashmolean Broadway. The Ashmolean Broadway Friends play an active role in the museum’s success.
For more information, pop in and see us or call 01386 859047.
The Ashmolean Broadway relies on a dedicated team of volunteers who make a huge contribution to the museum and its visitor services. Are you able to spare some time? With full training provided, we are looking for volunteers to join our friendly and dynamic front of house team.
We are also on the lookout for volunteers who may be able offer support in fundraising and marketing.