TRACES REVEALED At Glastonbury Abbey

30th September 2017 until 28th January 2018
An exhibition of artwork in cloth, tile and clay inspired by the Abbey,
by Alicia Merrett, Kate Rattray and Hiro Takahashi
The Abbey Gatehouse, Magdalene Street, Glastonbury, Somerset, BA6 9EL
Open daily. For hours of opening, entrance prices, fascinating history, and other details,
please check website:
Ticket gives access to museum, exhibition, extensive grounds, stunning Abbey remains.
Full disabled access available to all areas and facilities. Abbey Shop next door.
Car and coach park next to Abbey – entrance in Magdalene Street – charges apply. Other town car parks nearby also available.
No outdoor café available on dates of exhibition, but plenty of eating places across the road, and round the corner in the High Street.

Artwork example:
King Arthur’s Cross #1 by Alicia Merrett
An interpretation in cloth of a leaden cross purportedly found in the tomb of King Arthur, discovered in Glastonbury Abbey grounds by the monks in the 1200s. Now lost. The Latin inscription says: Here lies buried the renowned King Arthur in the Isle of Avalon.

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