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Traducción en español

Following on from the Designation-funded translation work conducted by the University of Exeter in 2018, Rebekah Jones has provided a Spanish translation of all the primary display case panels for the World Cultures gallery. With thanks to Rebekah Jones, Guillem Colom-Montero and Michelle Bolduc.   Please click on the links below to access the translation […]

Italian 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 an Italian translation of the Africa and Pacific primary panel text in the World Cultures gallery. This is a text […]

German 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 German translation of the Africa and Pacific primary panel text in the World Cultures gallery. This is a text […]

The role of women on display

The role of women on display by Rebecca Vicary-Smith   Within the World Cultures Gallery there are many different types of craft presented, but the processes behind them are less obvious. Specifically, the role of women in these production processes. Many indigenous cultures are patriarchies (societies in which men hold power) and therefore the prestigious […]

New display work

The display cases that will show objects from the island cultures of the Pacific Ocean (a vast region we call Oceania) are about to be transformed.  We have already taken down the objects from this part of the gallery so these cases look empty.  All of the objects have been taken down and were safely removed to the on-site […]