Posts tagged with 'India'
Chrissy Partheni, Head of Museum Partnerships has been working in Ethnology to widen her curatorial skills. She has recently started to document a fascinating collection from northeastern India and here she gives us an insight into the objects she is working with: Read more…
29 August 2013 by Angela
Here’s a blog from Liverpool-based poet, Eleanor Rees who has been collecting stories and tales from visitors to our ‘Telling Tales’ exhibition.
10 July 2013 by Emma
Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No its…a woman in a sari! There are so many stories that capture the imagination in World Museum’s summer exhibition, ‘Telling Tales: The Art of Indian Storytelling’, from the heroic Hanuman to the gorgeous, but every so slightly mischievous, Krishna. One of my personal favourites features not an heroic God from a Hindu epic, but instead an astronaut. Sunita Williams, the Indian-American astronaut, inspired one of the exhibition’s featured artists, Teju Ben to create a whole series of works on her adventures in space for our collection. Read more…