A new exhibition opens on Saturday 20 May: The Art of Stonehenge. This is designed to complement the major exhibition, British Art, Ancient Landscapes, and allows the museum to display its probably unique collection of paintings on the subject.
The exhibitions continue to be supported by talks and other activities. You may be interested in Ancient Landscapes Through the Lens, a guided photographic walk to Breamore with David Walker and Peter Norton on Tuesday 23 May (see earlier blog). There is a further such adventure on Tuesday 20 June, this time a photographic walk to Fyfield, again with David and Peter. There are are limited places on these walks so booking is essential.
See also Rock Art: Prehistoric Art in the Prehistoric Landscape, a talk by Professor Richard Bradley scheduled for Thursday 25 May at 6.30pm (booking advised £10).
Don’t forget ArchFest17 (The Salisbury Museum Festival of Archaeology 21 to 23 July): full details, and tickets now available on-line here.