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Biggles and Chums - Until 4th January 2015
Art exhibition featuring works on paper never exhibited before. All artworks were made during or immediately after the First World War.
Airfix Making History
1st June 2013 - 3rd April 2014
RAF Photographer of the Year
12th January - 30th April 2013
In this exhibition we look at the changing face of the Royal Air Force and the various activities of its Personnel at work, rest and play
Fresh Air - a new perspective on aviation art
21st May 2012 - 31st May 2013
An exhibition of the modern and distinctive style of David Bent's aviation art.
The works combine art with technology which persuades the viewer to stop and take notice.
Athletes & Olympians : Sport in the RAF
22nd March - 30th September 2012
An exhibition at the air force museum about the importance of Sport in the RAF.
Part of the exhibition will cover the RAF or former RAF personnel who hope to compete in the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. Aswell as staff who will be contributing behind the scenes.
The Face of Courage, Portraits of the British at War
FREE ART EXHIBITION 2 Jan 2012 - 7 May 2012
This exhibition covers Eric Kennington's art works during the Second World War. Kenning was an official war artist in both the first and the second world wars and was considered in the same league as Van Gogh, his work was also admired by Winston Churchill.
There will be three dozen of Kennington's artworks which cover all of the armed services as well as the Auxiliary Services, London Transport and some distinguished civilians.
Brothers in Arms
2 Jan 2012 - 4 Mar 2012
Airmen of Poland and Czechoslovakia in the Battle of Britain & Beyond.
This exhibition at the royal air force museum explores the men from escaped Polish and Czechoslovakian pilots who came to fight alongside the allied services during the second world war.
Drawings, archive film footage and sculpture make up this exhibition.