Entrance courtyard

Entrance courtyard - A lovely walkway from carpark the museum main entrance.

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Andrew Logan Museum of Sculpture
Aqueduct Road
Berriew
Powys
SY21 8PJ

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01686 640689

Lesley Jones

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The Andrew Logan Museum of Sculpture description

Museum / Wedding Venues / Party Venue / Business Meeting Rooms / Historic Venue / Funerals and Wakes

Small (1-50)

The venture for the museum started in1988, when Andrew Logan & Michael Davis purchased a redundant space in Berriew, Mid Wales. In 1991 their dream became a reality when the Andrew Logan Museum of Sculpture opened to the public.
In addition to museum visitors, who generally visit at weekends from May through to September, it hosts a variety of other events from music nights to jewellery shows, artistic workshops and children's school visits.
This vibrant, joyful museum is available for private hire during weekdays only and we would love to welcome you to Andrew's Universe.

Venue suitability

This venue is suitable for the following uses:

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Venue facilities

8 spaces

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Yes

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Yes - Medium - basic food preparation

2 round tables, 6 rectangle tables

50 chairs

Other venue facilities

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Yes

The entire venue can be hired during weekdays for meetings, parties, music events or celebrations, and has a licence for civil marriages or partnerships.
Andrew Logan Museum of Sculpture was the first museum in Europe dedicated to a sole, living artist. Andrew wants the museum to be a vibrant space to display examples of work he's created over the decades and to stage events that would share his vision and skill for curating performance and spectacle.
The Museum opened to the public in 1991 and within it you will find pieces of sculpture, mirrored portraits, water colours, jewellery and photos from the mid-sixties to the present day. There are also personal items, created by Andrew for the late actor Divine, late painter Luciana Martinez de la Rosa and Editor, Joan Simon Menkes and larger pieces like the Cosmic Egg, The Living Taj Mahal and Egypt Revisited.
The two galleries, which were formally squash courts, have been completely refurbished and have a connecting space with a small kitchen and cafe area. The venue realises Andrew's vision of creating a space that stimulates the artist in everyone and provides a delightful experience that combines entertainment, sentiment, humour and fantasy for it's customers.

Capacity

As meeting room:

25

For dining:

40

For dancing:

40

For a reception:

40

24m x 6m

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