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Exhibition Review: Shoes: Pleasure and Pain at the V&A

Shoes are something that almost everyone has a direct experience with. Regardless of gender, sexuality, race, ethnicity or other cultural variables, shoes are an object that a prevalent in some way shape or form in almost every society on this earth. 1,045 more words


My Thoughts on Museum of The Year 2015: The Whitworth Manchester

The Museum of the Year 2015 was announced on 1st July. With the shortlist of Dunham Massey, The Imperial War Museum, The MAC, Oxford University Museum of Natural History, HM Tower of London and The Whitworth. 159 more words


Catching Up...

An assorted gallery from the last year. The first three are comics cover re-creations, followed by illustrations and a few graphic designs.

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Blog 51: Labels and the part they play. A story waiting to be uncovered made me stop at the Design Museum and a reminder of the importance of words.

I started this blog as my memory bank and my recall facility (I wont go into why I need this) but I did not realize how difficult I would find putting words down. 100 more words


Rethinking Access: The National Gallery and Documentary Film (Feature Article)

It is no secret that museums and galleries have more and more pressure to ensure that their collections and work is accessible to the widest audience possible. 926 more words


Blog 48: Two cappuccinos and a good smile.

First course 1. A good meeting place ‘The `breakfast club’ and 2. Dessert and my cultural experience at the Brighton Museum and Art Gallery.

Rowland Emett ‘The Featherstone-Kite Gentleman’s Flying Machine 1962.’ Is such an enjoyment to watch.Brighton Museum and Art Gallery


Blog 47: A coffee and art, the perfect ingredients for a sunny day.

A really good meeting place on a beautiful sunny day + a hint of inspiration with Irma Irsara Pulps exhibition. A real boost and a definite return visit to PULPS in Highgate needed.

Lauderdale House.