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BLOG POST, 14 August 2019: A review of the 'On Tour' programme we've been running since the Museum and Art Gallery building closed in late 2016 has revealed some staggering stats!
BLOG POST - 24 July 2019: Find out about a research visit to the British Museum that took place this spring to help inform our 'Wampum: Stories from the Shells of Native America' project.
BLOG POST - 22 July 2019: Get an update about the unique wampum belt partnership project that The Box is leading on with the Wampanoag and a number of UK organisations.
PRESS RELEASE - 28 March 2019: The Friends of Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery (FPCMAG) have donated £2500 to The Box for its first-ever work by a Native American artist.
PRESS RELEASE - 26 February 2019: Thanks to a partnership with Pilgrim Hall Museum in Plymouth, Massachusetts, one of the most significant pieces of Anglo-American history has been conserved so it can travel to Plymouth, Devon for the first time.
BLOG POST - 12 December 2018: Throughout late 2108 we’ve been marking 250 years since the founding of the Royal Academy (RA), otherwise known as RA250 – and what better way to wrap up our coverage of this anniversary by highlighting Sir Joshua Reynolds and Sir Charles Eastlake, both of whom were Presidents of the RA?
BLOG POST - 5 December 2018: Benjamin Robert Haydon (1786-1846) and Solomon Alexander Hart (1806-1881) were two Plymouth-born painters who had very different experiences of the Royal Academy but who both produced dramatic, large-scale works.
PRESS RELEASE - 4 December 2018: The first commission for The Box’s major ‘Mayflower 400: Legend and Legacy’ exhibition is its first-ever work by a Wampanoag artist. Ramona Peters, who specialises in traditional ceramics, will create a new cooking pot based on historic Wampanoag designs.
BLOG POST - 23 November 2018: Get an update about our major commemorative 'Mayflower 400: Legend and Legacy' exhibition and some of the vital relationships that have been developed during the research process.
by Lottie Clark, Art Curator and Emma Philip, Fine Art Curator We’re marking the 250th anniversary of the founding of the Royal Academy (RA) this autumn, otherwise known as RA250. Today’s post by two of the Curators from our Art Department explores it founding principles and one of its most significant founding members. When the […]