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The Textiles of Cambodia

An illustrated talk by Fiona Kerlogue, Deputy Keeper of Anthropology, on Cambodian Textiles (after a recent field-trip there)

Fiona Kerlogue, Deputy Keeper of Anthropology at the Horniman Museum, will give a talk about textiles, illustrated by artefacts and slides from her recent field-trip to this part of South-East Asia. It will take place in the Performance Space of the Music Gallery at the Museum. Refreshments will be served from 12.30


Dr Fiona Kerlogue | talks


Date and Time:

24 February 2006 at 1:00 pm


1 hour



Horniman Museum
100 London Road
Forest Hill
SE23 3PQ
020 8291 8168
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Organised by:

Friends of the Horniman
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£3.00 (members) or £3.50

Available from:

Ann Wallace (Chairman of the Friends of the Horniman) on 020 8699 5909 or buy at the door. If you would like tickets sent, please send SAE with ticket details to the Museum.

Additional Information:

This one of a series of informal talks on themes representative ot the Museum' collections organised by the Friends in collaboration with the Museum.

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