Visitors to the Lewisham Pop-up

The diverse community of Lewisham seems to be represented in our Exploration case in the window of the Travellers’ Tails pop-up. And one of the many great things about working …

Simon Watt and Mercy

Evolving the Kangaroo

By Simon Watt. I like games. They are great tool for learning and a fun way of actively engaging with material. And, of course, they can be highly enjoyable. I …

Walking, Writing

I like explorations that allow me to look differently at objects. Physicality of an object is for me as important as the object’s potential. How does it taste? How does …

Wax Painting Workshops

Adele Wright is a Paintings Conservator at Royal Museums Greenwich. I led interactive demonstrations on how to paint on wax, hoping to re-create Stubbs’ Dingo with the help of visitors …

Waves and Sound

A Story in Sound

A Story in Sound by Dan Rollings There is a wealth of stories to be told about Cook, Banks and Stubbs. The Portrait of a Large Dog and The Kongouro …

Volunteer Talks at the Horniman

At the Horniman we recently hosted George Stubbs’ painting of the Kongouro from New Holland, on loan from the National Maritime Museum, part of the Travellers Tails project. This painting …

Departure

Today marks the final day of my choreographic residency at Royal Museums Greenwich and it is with a heavy heart that I conclude a 14 month journey that has been truly …

Walking and Writing

by Ania Bas and Mercy Sword I like explorations that allow me to look differently at objects. Physicality of an object is for me as important as the object’s potential. …

Digital Exploring

by Fidian Warman, Director of SODA There’s been a whole lot of coding, soldering and cabinetry since we kicked off Travellers’ Tails in December 2014 and here are a a …