Kurt Jackson At Oxford University Museum Of Natural History

Site Number: 90
Region: 
Jericho (City)
Media: 
Drawing, Mixed Media, Painting, Sculpture

Bees (and the odd wasp) in my bonnet
Kurt Jackson's art is a celebration of the natural world. Recently he has been inspired by the bees he encounters at home in Cornwall and across the UK. The exhibition at the Museum of Natural History brings together paintings, sculpture and museum collections to explore the diverse and beautiful world of bees. The exhibition will also illuminate current research into the threats facing world-wide bee populations.
Exhibition runs from 18 March - 29 September 2016.
A programme of accompanying events can be found on the museum’s website: www.oum.ox.ac.uk/visiting/whatson.htm.
For more information on Kurt Jackson's work please visit his website: www.kurtjackson.com

Venue

Oxford University Museum of Natural History
Parks Road
Oxford
Oxfordshire
OX1 3PW
Telephone: 
01865 282537
Email: 
education@oum.ox.ac.uk
Facilities Available: 
Wheelchair Friendly, Family Friendly, Refreshments

Opening Dates and Times

Dates: 
7-30 May
Times: 
10am-5pm

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