CoBloWriMo #28-Museum

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    1. It’s a nice museum/gallery, not TOO big, and there are lots of nice places to eat nearby, plus places to sit and watch the world go by. Close to the station to if you can find the right exit!

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    1. I don’t know if it was space, or the gradually mouldering state of lots of taxidermy, or just chaNGING FASHIONS TO WANTINTG EVERYTHING TO BE OVERTLY EDUCATIONAL AND INTERACTIVE. aNYWAY, IT ALL WENT, POSSIBLY INTO STORAGE. tHE GARBLED ‘tHINKTANK’ VERSION OF THE SCIENCE MUSEUM IS COSTLY AND NOT INTERESTING ENOUGH TO DRAW ME FOR ONE!
      OOps sorry cap attack not shouting!

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  1. I love the penguin painting in the Birmingham Art Gallery. Also that trick painting of the gallery – can’t remember the artist but the one that’s painted on slanted sections so it looks weirdly 3D when you move your head. It was near the entrance last time I was there, but that may have been as long ago as 2015. Lucky you to have it on your doorstep!

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    1. The penguins are great. I found out years ago you can keep kids of all ages by making them find the ‘hidden’ animal in every single gallery room. If all else fails, say there’s a fly hidden in the fruity still life lol. I promised mine bonuses if they could find more than ten in any room. If you’re feeling mean, say they have to be different species, which saves you from the penguins…

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  2. I love a good museum! I feel very lucky that my local fine art museums have been running a lot of fashion exhibits over the past few years – nothing like getting to stare at Balenciaga up close! Last weekend I went to see an exhibit on Degas (and the impressionists in general) and Paris millinery. Nice blend of art and hats!

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