At the Horniman today. It is still one of my favourite places. Today I visited the ‘Bali: Dancing for the Gods’ exhibition, which was excellent.
I saw this small exhibition at the (always excellent) Horniman museum recently and found it fascinating so I thought I’d share it. It is on until the 27th of Feb if you want to see it. The details are here.
I was at the Horniman Museum recently and took a look at a few of their temporary exhibitions including this one on the Tuareg.
The exhibition is called Tuareg: People of the Veil, and although only a small exhibition I really enjoyed looking around it at the textiles.
The Horniman is one of my favourite museums and I’ve spent many happy hours there over the years. It always has something interesting going on and is very good at serving it’s local community as well.
Places like the Horniman are really important. They may not have huge multimedia exhibitions running all the time, but they have exhibits that you might not see anywhere else. Places like this should be protected. They’re important.