River and Rowing Museum Henley on Thames

Alongside our permanent galleries we have a programme of changing temporary exhibitions.

Whenever we can, we will create a unique workshop linked directly to the exhibition, giving us the opportunity to explore different themes and often work with the exhibitors themselves. Keep checking this page to find out what we have to offer!

On now:

Approaching Thunder: 1940s British Prints and Drawings 5 October 2018 – 13 January 2019

This exhibition draws together an outstanding collection of 1940s work by leading British artists including John Piper, Henry Moore and Graham Sutherland. Explore artworks telling stories of ordinary lives under extraordinary shared circumstances from the Home Front to the Blitz.

Coming soon:

An Earthly Paradise: William Morris and the Thames 1 February – 14 July 2019.

This exciting new exhibition will explore the prolific artist, designer, writer and socialist William Morris and his relationship with the river that flowed through his life and work.  Bringing together outstanding objects from national museums with local collections, the exhbition will include Morris’ Thames Series textiles alongside some of his original hand drawn designs and look at how the Thames inspired his poetry, fuelled his manufacturing and filled his leisure time.

We will be offering workshops to accompany the exhibition for KS1 – KS3.  Find out more at the free Teacher Twilight Thursday 7 February, 4.30 – 6pm, details here .