Queen Victoria’s clothes together with other textiles and accessories from the Victorian period.
Every year Storiel holds an Open Art competition, applications for Storiel Open 2020 are now open! This year applications are invited on the theme of ‘The Outdoors’.
With an increasing awareness of ‘gender issues’, this exhibition displays some of Storiel’s collection that reveals cultural change and hidden histories.
Part 2 of a retrospective of Paul Davies’ work. Featuring previously unseen items, with a focus on the now iconic Welsh Not lovespoon, part of a performance at the Wrexham National Eisteddfod in 1977. Paul Davies was the driving force of Beca.
SHORT STORY from the collection... A selection of works from STORIEL's collection dating from the 1970s. With works by: MICHAEL CULLIMORE ANTHONY GOBLE SELWYN JONES SELWYN JONES-HUGHES ALAN McPHERSON BETTY P NEALE CLIVE WALLEY
SAIN has been an accompaniment to the lives of the people of Wales since the late 60's, and the music and songs have been a soundtrack to various periods in our history - everyone has a story, and often there is a song to accompany that story. After half a century of recording and publishing, this is an archive of national treasure, and a very important part of the culture and heritage of Wales – this exhibition highlights some of the labels, recordings and history during the last 50 years.
This is THE place to purchase contemporary handmade gifts in Bangor. We stock a mix of unique hand-made crafts including ceramics, jewellery, greeting cards and prints by up and coming designer makes.
Our coffee shop is situated on the ground floor accessible from the museum atrium. It serves a selection of hot and cold food made using fresh seasonal produce.