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Underwhelming Fossil Fish of the Month: November 2015
Mon, 30 Nov 2015 11:00:47 +0000
The sound of mince pies is in the air. People with awful moustaches are getting a free pass this month. This can mean one of only two things. Either the annual conference of British Pie Awards and The Handlebar Club have booked the same conference venue* or it’s November. Delete as appropriate. What this may mean […]Read more...
Specimen of the Week 216: European Plaice
Mon, 30 Nov 2015 09:45:14 +0000
Hello dear Specimen of the Week readers, Dean Veall here. This week I shall be bringing you a very fishy (again) Specimen of the Week, how can I possibly top the three toothed pufferfish you may be asking yourself? Well, I believe I have for two very good reasons. Firstly the fish I have chosen […]Read more...
Agriculture and War : Seeds and Death -what does it all mean ?
Tue, 24 Nov 2015 15:23:44 +0000
In our continuing series to document the process behind next year’s exhibition in the Octagon, Mark Peter Wright and Helena Hunter were chosen to work with curators and academic researchers from UCL on this new exhibition led by Helen Pike, Public Programmer at The Petrie Museum. Mark is an artist and researcher working across sound, […]Read more...
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