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The Atkins Community

The Atkins Building is home to a number of businesses from a diverse range of industries. Every tenant of the Atkins Building is welcomed into the local business community and encouraged to take advantage of the facilities and networking opportunities that are available on-site.

Featured Tenant

Atkins Gallery

Each month, we highlight a tenant at random and give them the opportunity to describe their business in more detail. This month we would like to showcase Atkins Gallery, and give you an insight into their business.

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Atkins Gallery Annual Open exhibition
15 July to 16 August 2019
The popular Atkins Gallery Open Exhibition returns this summer with 2019 celebrating the Hansom Cab and Hinckley and Bosworth Borough's contribution to the transport industry with the theme of Travels and Transport.

Over 10 local artists have created pieces interpreting Travels and Transport with many available for purchase.

Triumph Motorcycles have kindly lent Atkins Gallery a Thruxton TFC motorcycle and Hinckley Museum are lending their Midland Red collection. There will also be activities for children


Earl Shilton Camera Club 2019 Exhibition
27 August to 6 September

This local popular photography club returns with their annual members showcase featuring work from projects and competitions throughout the year. Many of the prints displayed will be available to purchase.

Plus an Earl Shilton Camera Club event happening in Atkins Gallery on 4 September evening where you can meet members of the Club and learn more about this proactive local club.

For more information on Earl Shilton Camera Club please see http://www.earlshiltoncameraclub.org.uk/

Ada Lovelace, The Computing Countess of Kirkby Mallory Exhibition
3 Oct to 30 Oct

Ada Lovelace, daughter of English poet Lord Byron spent her childhood years at Kirkby Mallory, Hinckley, where she was encourage to develop a love of science and mathematics.

Ada is considered to be one of the first computer programmers following her work with Charles Babbage's Difference Engine, which is a calculating machine which required a written program to carry out complex calculations.

This month long exhibition combines portraits, images, talks and interactive exhibits to bring to life and connect the relevance of her work to the technology we use today

The Atkins Gallery is managed by Hinckley & Bosworth Borough Council and aims to exhibit a range of artists from professionals with a national and/or international reputation to local artists and community groups. The Atkins Gallery also hosts a programme of workshops, seminars and conferences to allow different ways to access and connect with the art on show. To see what exhibitions and events are taking place in the gallery please see our events calendar.

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Atkins Gallery

G024: The Atkins Building
Lower Bond Street, Hinckley
Leicestershire. LE10 1QU

Phone 01455 247070
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