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Ongoing Exhibitions

MY PLACE - SCHOOLS PHOTOGRAPHIC EXHIBITION
Dick Institute, Kilmarnock

MY PLACE - SCHOOLS PHOTOGRAPHIC EXHIBITION

East Ayrshire Leisure is delighted to host this exhibition of work by pupils of five primary schools, who made use of the Kilmarnock Town Trail to explore the town centre and its surroundings.

Regeneration is not just about renovating historic buildings; it is also about connecting people with place. With this in mind, it was decided to create an exhibition which provides a visual display of how our young people view our changing town.

  www.eastayrshireleisure.com
Ongoing until Sat 10th Jun  

MY HOME IS YOUR HOME, MI CASA ES SU CASA: WORK BY FIONA MACINTOSH
Harbour Arts Centre, Irvine

MY HOME IS YOUR HOME, MI CASA ES SU CASA: AN EXHIBITION OF WORK BY FIONA MACINTOSH

My home is your home, mi casa es su casa: An Exhibition of prints and wall-hangings by Fiona Macintosh based on her book ‘ROSA of the Wild Grass, The Story of a Nicaraguan Family’ “Through the eyes of Rosa and her family, we experience in intimate detail the dramatic years of Nicaragua’s triumphs and travail... and the hope that never dies. A poignant, gripping, sensitive tale.” Noam Chomsky The exhibition includes a collective artwork by students of St Matthews Academy. For a preview visit: www.rosaofthewildgrass.com Fiona’s book “Rosa of the Wild Grass” will be available for purchase in the HAC.

Free Entry

  www.rosaofthewildgrass.com
Thursday 11th May – Sunday 2nd July 2017 10am - 5pm

‘STYLE AT SEA’ EXHIBITION
Scottish Maritime Museum, Harbourside, Irvine

‘STYLE AT SEA’ EXHIBITION

Explore the golden age of ocean travel enjoyed on board Clydebuilt luxury liners in‘Style at Sea’. The exhibition charts the changing role of liners across the twentieth century and the style and grandeur of the ocean liners built for Cunard by John Browns on the Clyde.

Discover the opulence of the interiors, the glamorous, era-defining clothes worn by passengers and some of the famous faces that were closely associated with these floating palaces. Included in Museum Admission: Adult: £7.50, Concession: £5.50, Children FREE (up to three children go free with each accompanying adult)

01294 278283 www.scottishmaritimemuseum.org
Ongoing until Monday 25th September 2017 10am - 5pm

Ongoing Events

family tree workshops
Burns Monument Centre, Kay Park, Kilmarnock

Would you like to find out more about your family history, but don’t know where to begin?  

Then why not start at the Burns Monument Centre where they are running family tree workshops every Saturday.Each workshop includes access to the ‘Scotland’s People’ genealogical records and all tuition.

Cost: £10

01563 576695 www.eastayrshireleisure.com
Every Saturday 10.30am to 12.30pm & 1.30pm to 3.30pm.

AYR CAR BOOT SALE
Ayr Racecourse, Whitletts Road, Ayr. South Ayrshire

AYR SUNDAY MARKET AND CAR BOOT SALE.

Every Sunday except Race days

  www.spookerection.com
Sundays - Except on Race Days 9.30am - 4pm

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There are many ongoing exhibitions on in Ayrshire, some of the venues include McLaurin Galleries, Rozelle House, Harbour Arts Centre, Dick Institute & West Kilbride Galleries.

Keep checking these pages for the next exhibition.