Wednesday, 13 October 2010

Work in Progress: John Garstang and Kendal Museum

John Garstang (1876-1956)
The Press Release for a project that I'm currently working on - an Effective Collections initiative to reconcile objects from John Garstang's excavations in Egypt - has just been uploaded onto the Kendal Museum website, please feel free to have a look. 

I'll keep you updated on the news of the Travelling Exhibition of Garstang objects which will take place in Kendal, Blackburn and Burnley from March 2011.

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