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Researching the Japanese Collection

Fiona Kerlogue, Deputy Keeper of Anthropology at the Museum, will talk on her travels to Japan and researching the Japanese Collection, with emphasis on textiles.

Fiona Kerlogue spent three weeks in Japan in May 2006, researching -- among other things -- dyeing and weaving techniques and obtaining samples to augment the collection.


Dr Fiona Kerlogue | talks


Date and Time:

15 March 2007 at 1:00 pm


1 hour



Friends of the Horniman
Horniman Museum
100, London Road
Forest Hill
SE23 3PQ

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