23 August 2022

Exhibition: Hats off to Hats! Revisited

In 2018 Worthing Museum and Gallery lent 70 hats from its historic costume collection to the Spielzeug Welten Museum in Basel, Switzerland, for an exhibition entitled […]
25 July 2022

Exhibition: The Bianca Project

A previously unexplored perspective of the famous portrait of Bianca. This exhibition features work by The Big Eyed Ears participant artists inspired by the painting of […]
6 July 2022

Exhibition: Teddy Bears & Friends

A wonderful exhibition telling the stories of Worthing Museum’s teddy bears! Developed by toymakers in the early years if the 20th century, and named after President […]
30 May 2022

Exhibition: Invisible People – Worthing

A celebration of the beauty and value of the work of artists with learning disabilities and neurodiverse people, Henny Beaumont’s new exhibition show-cases the work of […]
22 December 2021

Exhibition: Curator for a Day

One lucky art enthusiast was given the opportunity to curate an exhibtion To help raise much needed funds during the pandemic and subsequent temporary closure of […]
22 December 2021

Exhibition: Our Toy Story

Exploring toys through the ages from our wonderful collection An exciting new exhibition using our wonderful toy collection to tell the story of how children and […]
22 December 2021

Exhibition: A Trip to Worthing – Downs, Town & Sea

Exploring the many facets of Worthing over the last two centuries An exhibition looking at the relationship between Worthing and the surrounding landscape and seascape over […]
22 December 2021

Exhibition: The Regency Wardrobe

Beautiful and intricate collection of fine art wardrobe pieces In 2017 Stephanie Smart established The House of Embroidered Paper; a unique fashion house come fine art […]
22 December 2021

Exhibition: Kintsugi Women – Golden Repair

“People experiencing homelessness are broken in so many ways, nobody chooses to be on the streets, especially women. ‘Kintsugi’ is an ancient Japanese craft of fixing […]
10 November 2021

Exhibition: Cutting Edge – Contemporary Costume Collecting

A Contemporary Costume Collection Exploring the 80s to the 00s. During the Covid-19 pandemic, students from two local schools and participants from local charity Superstar Arts […]
10 November 2021

Exhibition: Anne Krinsky – Fugitive

A digital print installation about South Coast wetlands and climate change Anne Krinsky has created Fugitive, a digital print installation about vulnerable South Coast wetlands and […]
21 July 2021

Exhibition: William Hargood – Destiny at Trafalgar

The fascinating life and history of William Hargood William Hargood was a British naval officer during a tumultuous time in Britain’s history. He served in three […]
14 July 2021

Exhibition: John Pull – Worthing’s Hero Archaeologist

Explore the life and discoveries of local hero John Pull John Pull was a local working-class archaeologist who made discoveries of national importance on the beautiful […]
8 July 2021

Book Signing: Rubbish Pet Portraits 10 July-10 July 197802

Hercule Van Wolfwinkle Book signing. International internet sensation Hercule Van Wolfwinkle will be at Worthing Museum signing copies of his book Rubbish Pet Portraits.Hercule’s large social […]
8 July 2021

Exhibition: St Sara Kali George

An installation exhibition by artist Delaine Le Bas Delaine Le Bas has worked in partnership with Worthing Museum on several projects and exhibitions. This exhibition includes […]
7 July 2021

Exhibition: Pet Portraits by Hercule Van Wolfwinkle

Pet Portraits by Hercule Van Wolfwinkle Hercule Van Wolfwinkle has been called lots of different things in life, an artist certainly isn’t one of them. But […]
24 June 2021

Exhibition: Open21

We’re delighted to announce the return of the biennial WTM OPEN in its original ‘physical’ format. The WTM Open21 offers all those within our community an […]
30 April 2021

Exhibition: Indian Yellow by Anthony Bennett

Visually stunning expressionist painting from Anthony Bennett Indian Yellow – an exhibition by painter Anthony Bennett, was set to occupy the vast Main Gallery of WTM […]