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Event Calendar

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Upcoming Events

There's always plenty happening at The Atkins Building, check out the events calendar below for all the upcoming events and exhibitions!




Arts in Mind

Postponed - New Dates TBC

An exhibition to celebrate the benefits of the arts to our mental health and wellbeing. This exhibition was originally scheduled in May 2020 as part of Mental Health Awareness Week but postponed following COVID-19





Samantha Haskins Exhibition Online

11 January 2021 - 12 February 2021

Samantha Haskins is a past lecturer at Leicester college, teaching hairdressing, wig making, SFX for film, TV & theatre and is now semi retired.

"Art has always been my passion and escape, especially since suffering with ill health and in this current climate Im sure art of any form can help everyone of us."

Samantha's solo exhibition uses a wide range of mediums and a variety of subject inspiration and she previously exhibited in our Life in Lockdown exhibition.






Noel Brannan Retrospective

Postponed new dates TBC

A celebration of the work of local artist Noel Rowan Brannan who sadly passed away in 2001.

Noel studied at the Lincoln and Leicester Schools of Art and taught art in schools and colleges across Leicestershire in the 1950s - 1970s.

Atkins Gallery is partnering with the artist's family to produce this retrospective and introduce the works of Noel Brannan to a new audience

This exhibition has been postponed due to COVID-19 restrictions





Geoff Bailey - Origins Ghosts and Shadows

5 July to 30 July 2021

Current Head of Art Geoff Bailey at Dixie Grammar School, Market Bosworth is celebrating his upcoming retirement from teaching with a solo exhibition exploring three themes.

ORIGINS has it’s basis in Darwin’s theory the Origin of Species looking at the evolution of mankind.

GHOSTS captures the decline of the industries that once dominated this area.

SHADOWS explores the use of light and dark throughout art history and recreating it in a contemporary setting.

Atkins Gallery is open Monday to Friday 08:30 to 17:30 FREE ENTRY




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