THE LATEST exhibition to be launched by the Enniskillen museum begins tomorrow, Thursday, September 25, and it runs until October 24.
Entitled ‘Everyday Life in Extraordinary Times’, examines the early decades of the twentieth century, which saw World War, conflict and revolution.
This exhibition of photographs, artefacts, and including film from Northern Ireland Screen’s Digital Film Archive, explores the period from the perspective of people’s day-to-day lives. From the home to school and the market, the exhibition poignantly captures a domestic landscape that has long-since disappeared.
And then, starting on October 11 and running until the end of the month is ‘The Magical Imagineer’.
Model maker, teacher and writer, Gordon Johnson (1936-2012) has inspired, uplifted and entertained people of all ages through his work.
or the first time, this wonderful exhibition brings together models, drawings, paintings, photographs and writings borrowed from the artist’s family, the National Museums Northern Ireland and Fermanagh County Museum’s own collection.
From models of the Titanic to Myrtle the Train and the ‘Last Bus Home’, Gordon Johnson’s work is beautifully crafted, meticulously researched and keenly observed. It will continue to put a smile on people’s faces in years-to-come.
Normal admission rates apply.