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From 2012 to 2015, we reviewed more than 30,000 objects in our Anthropology Collections, reassessing the potential of our African, South Asian, North American, Oceania and European collections, working with academics and local communities to identify their importance and contemporary relevance.
The Music Gallery gained a wonderful new permanent display, bringing together domestic keyboard instruments from the past 500 years
Our Community Learning team worked with participants from the Shaftesbury Clinic, a medium secure facility in Tooting, to create their own 'Shaftesbury Clinic Museum'.
Our Schools Learning team worked with Open City to challenge local pupils to become 'architectives' looking for design inspiration at the Horniman.
From March 2011 to June 2012, we reviewed our collections from Oceania in our stores and on display here at the Horniman.
The Horniman Gardens underwent an exciting makeover, providing new opportunities for educational and creative activities.
We provided unique music-playing opportunities for a group of pupils from three local primary schools.
We worked with a local school to develop a vibrant new art exhibition.
We worked with volunteers from the University of the Third Age to research the history of the Horniman's natural history curators.
Local school students were encouraged to explore identity and culture through music, responding to our exhibition Utsavam: Music from India.
Five year research project to protect critically endangered tropical South and Central Amercian tree frog species.
Year-long review of our Natural History Collections, working with colleagues, specialists and other members of our community.