Knowing West Papua: the art and politics of West Papua, (Indonesia) New Guinea

Sunday, October 25, 2015 from 12:00 PM to 4:30 PM
MAA is hosting an event to celebrate the art and cultures of West Papua. The event includes performances by Papuan musicians, the last chance to experience the exhibition, ‘Sounding Out the Morning Star: Music and West Papua’ and talks by artists, musicians and University of Cambridge researchers about West Papua. The day will also include the UK premier of ‘Knowing’ (48mins), a video project by artist, Alana Jelinek.

Dry Point Workshop with Curwen Print Study Centre

Sunday 6 December 2 – 4 pm £20/£15 concessions. Age 12+ 8 places available, material supplied, booking required – please register here. An immediate and sensitive intaglio process giving you the ability to create intricate and detailed images with a rich

Introduction to Lino with Curwen Print Study Centre

Sunday 1 November 2 – 4 pm £20/£15 concessions. Age 12+ 8 places available, material supplied, booking required – please register here. Cut into the block and print from the surface to develop relief printmaking skills, creating bold and colourful prints

Drypoint Printmaking Workshop with Curwen Print Study Centre

 Sunday 20 September, 2 – 4 pm £20/£15 concessions. Age 12+ 8 places available, material supplied, booking required – please register here. An immediate and sensitive intaglio process giving you the ability to create intricate and detailed images with a rich

Collaborative Work with Torres Strait Islanders

MAA has a long history of working in collaboration with Torres Strait Islanders. One of the Museum’s most important collections – the objects, photographs, drawings and notes assembled by Alfred Haddon and the 1898 Cambridge Anthropological Expedition to the Torres

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