Inside Welsh Homes Exhibition at Gwynedd Museum and Art Gallery, Bangor

Our popular ‘Inside Welsh Homes’ exhibition is moving on once again, this time to Gwynedd Museum and Art Gallery in Bangor, north Wales.

The exhibition opens on Saturday 19 January 2013 until Saturday 2 March. Over thirty images of Welsh homes from the Commission’s extensive archive will be on show, alongside domestic objects from the museum’s own collections. The exhibition will be supported by the Commission’s Inside Welsh Homes book.

Rachael Barnwell, the Royal Commission exhibition curator for the Inside Welsh Homes exhibition, will be delivering a short talk at the opening of the exhibition on 19 January.

For details about opening times and admission, please visit the Gwynedd Museum and Art Gallery website, or call 01248 353 368.

 

Although modern refrigeration became commercially available following the Second World War, the technology was not always taken up by homes in Wales until later. This photograph of Henryd in Caernarfonshire was taken in 1950, and shows that meat was still being preserved and stored in the traditional way.  DI2012_0138   NPRN 26615

Although modern refrigeration became commercially available following the Second World War, the technology was not always taken up by homes in Wales until later. This photograph of Henryd in Caernarfonshire was taken in 1950, and shows that meat was still being preserved and stored in the traditional way. DI2012_0138 NPRN 26615

01/16/2013

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