Its a small step back to ‘normal’, but Tavistock’s Pannier Market re-opens on Tuesday 13th April – following the re-opening of other shops in the town the day before. Pannier Market
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We were very lucky to hear Helen Wilson talk about the remarkable Pinwill Sisters in one of our monthly talks and she has now published a book which members may be interested to read. The book recounts in rich detail the beginning of the Rashleigh Pinwill ecclesiastical woodcarving company in Ermington, Devon in the early […]
In Bob and Roberta Smith’s world, it certainly does. It’s all about inclusivity and Bob extols the power of ‘creating art that has a workshop element to it, having an educational element in a gallery, where people can make art and engage’. Read about their world here, courtesy of the Arts Society.
Some 80,000 items from the Library are free to search and a further 124,000 reference items are listed on the Royal Collection’s internal databases and these can be searched by Royal Library or Royal Collection Trust staff. Learn more about the history of the Royal Library here
The armour worn by warrior knights of old was not merely worn for protection; each one was a work of art with hidden messages denoting power and identity. Tobias Capwell, BA, MA, MA, PhD, FSA is an author, lecturer and broadcaster, and curator of arms and armour at The Wallace Collection in London. Read about […]