Monthly Archives: July 2014

From Caribou to Sinew

As promised, here are some of the objects from the Inuit collection I photographed last week. Just by sketching away, some of the objects have already given me an insight into the incredible craftsmanship and creativity that Inuit people had, … Continue reading

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Taking time to reflect

Well it’s been a busy week so far with the children’s summer activity programme in full swing but in addition to that I’ve been making special preparations for an event to commemorate the centenary of the start of the First World War. The … Continue reading

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Beginning to tell the Tales from The Tundra

Hi, my name’s Jhinuk and I’m an Illustrator based in London, originally from the Midlands. You can find out more about me and my work here. This is my first blog post about my collaboration of work with Nuneaton Museum … Continue reading

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Really radical ribbon writing

No it’s not a tongue twister! In preparation for the arrival of the giant Godiva puppet which will be visiting Nuneaton on Saturday 5 July, pupils from the George Eliot School have been busy preparing something for her! As part … Continue reading

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Nuneaton Museum & Art Gallery at Astley Book Farm

The Museum was priviledged to be invited to the celebrations for Astley Book Farm’s 10th Birthday on Saturday 28 June. We decided to take along a copy of Robert Evens’s diary from 1833. You may know that Rober Evans was … Continue reading

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