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Victorian Dreamers
Welsh collectors of 19th century art

31 August 2005

22 October 2005–8 January 2006

Victorian Dreamers is a new exhibition of major Pre-Raphaelite, Victorian neo-Classical, landscape and genre works on show at the National Museum & Gallery, Cardiff.  

The exhibition focuses on the diversity and interests of Welsh collectors from the Victorian period through to the present day.  These collections are less-known than those of their northern English contemporaries, whose works formed major collections in Manchester, Liverpool, Newcastle and the Midlands.

Holiday fun at the National Woollen Museum

10 August 2005

If you want to learn more about wool, art and crafts over the coming months, why not take a trip down west to the National Woollen Museum in Dre-fach Felindre?

4 DAYS LEFT FOR WALES TO VOTE A PAINTING FROM THE NATIONAL WELSH COLLECTIONS AS THE GREATEST PAINTING IN BRITAIN

5 August 2005

Support the National Museums & Galleries of Wales by voting now

The poll is one of the UK's biggest ever interactive events for the visual arts – in the search for 'The Greatest Painting in Britain.’

Memorial Unveiling Will Celebrate Significant Link With The United States

28 July 2005
Americans from among The Welsh Abroad will visit the National Museums & Galleries of Wales's stand at this year's Eisteddfod to commemorate Thomas Jefferson, third President of the United States. A special ceremony will take place on the afternoon of 4 August to unveil a memorial to Jefferson made of Welsh slate, after the end of the annual Welsh Abroad event.

Summer Campaign Promotes Free Entry – For All

27 July 2005
'Free power' is the catchy slogan being used as part of a special marketing campaign to promote the Welsh Slate Museum over the next few weeks, as part of a national campaign, reminding people that entry to all museums administered by the National Museums & Galleries of Wales (NMGW) is free of charge.

Summer Campaign Promotes Free Entry – For All

27 July 2005
'Free fashion' is the catchy slogan being used as part of a special marketing campaign to promote the National Woollen Museum, Dre-fach Felindre, over the next few weeks, as part of a national campaign, reminding people that entry to all museums administered by the National Museums & Galleries of Wales (NMGW) is free of charge.