|Detail of The Story Cabinet - how many fairy tales can you spot?|
Our Exhibition Many Ways To Tell A Story is looking so beautiful!
|The woods, a place where stories can grow. Who can you see looking out at you?|
|Installation by Penelope Chong - Shadows escape down the fireplace. Inspired by Hove Museum's toy exhibits.|
|Peering in the round window at our private view.|
|Poster by Somin Ahn from her beautiful concertina book of The Three Little Pigs (also exhibited)|
|Images from Juliette Rajak's picture book 'Ellie's World'|
The setting - Hove Museum
In the busy build up to Christmas why not take some time to remember old stories and find new ones in this exhibition at Hove Museum?
|Our guests look at puppets from Henny Penny by Dagmara Rudkin|
STORYTELLING AND ART WORKSHOPS
STORYTELLING EVENT - next Saturday 17th at 11am and Ipm come to Hove Museum for ghost stories read by the fireside. The stories, illustrated by Fabula member Dagmara Rudkin and written by Charles Rudkin, were inspired by Hove Museum itself and are suitable for children aged 8 years and over. Charles will be reading one of three stories inspired by the toy collection at the Hove Museum & Art Gallery. Come and and hear about the evil Master Gorger taking over all the toys and imprisoning the Wizard in the Attic. Can he be defeated?
There is a further story themed workshop on 28th January.
|She wants to tell you a story! - what story is it? (detail from The Story Cabinet)|
|Embroidered dusters inspired by female characters in fairy tales and notions of domesticity. Vanessa's embroidered dolls are also on show in the exhibition.|