Tagged with Africa

Russian translation of gallery text

This Designation-funded work was conducted with the University of Exeter. RAMM would like to thank Michelle Bolduc, Natalia Mudd, Marian de Biasi, Raphael Werner, Marina Altoe’, Tamara Phillip and Bi Xiaolong.   Visitors can now access a Russian translation of the Africa and Pacific primary panel text in the World Cultures gallery. This is a text […]

Chinese translation of gallery text

This Designation-funded work was conducted with the University of Exeter. RAMM would like to thank Michelle Bolduc, Natalia Mudd, Marian de Biasi, Raphael Werner, Marina Altoe’, Tamara Phillip and Bi Xiaolong. Visitors can now access a Chinese translation of the Africa and Pacific primary panel text in the World Cultures gallery. This is a text […]

New finds from Henry Townsend letters

New finds from Henry Townsend letters by Benjamina Efua Dadzie I had the pleasure of visiting the Royal Albert Memorial Museum in late February. This was to become familiar with the objects Reverend Henry Townsend donated to RAMM, as part of the work I am doing for my dissertation. With my research, I intend to shed […]

Ndungu, Isca: Cedar Lewisohn

Ndungu, Isca Exhibition by Cedar Lewisohn – Friday 12 May – Saturday 1 July 2017 Ndungu, Isca is the solo work of British artist and writer Cedar Lewisohn. His exhibition is held at the Phoenix Arts Centre in Exeter and includes examples of printmaking, drawing, video and bookworks. Cedar likes to explore cultural narratives from various […]

Masks and masking

Masks and masking  by volunteer Rebecca Vicary-Smith   Masks assume a variety of roles and they are present in every society in one form or another. Masks are worn primarily as part of a costume or they can be used as a method of defence. The primary purpose of the masking tradition is to hide the wearer’s […]