Featherwork Art and Eco-Activism

Tuesday 20 September  12 - 12.30pm 

Free but booking recommended

Headress made from blue feathers in a vertical arrangement.

In-person event at the Museum

Join one of our in-gallery tours to find out more about ongoing projects at the museum working with artists who design contemporary featherwork art in South America as part of eco-activism, as well as learning about the conservation of these fragile objects as part of our Whats in Our Drawers? project.

The tours will be led by members of the museum research team together with members of the conservation team and will focus on telling the art and conservation histories of featherwork objects in the collections.

Book your free place here: https://bit.ly/3dbQw4u

Part of a series of activities at the Pitt Rivers Museum during the Art History Festival, 19 - 26 September 2022, with the Association for Art History. 

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