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The Map of Mundi exhibition at Lighthouse Poole's Centre for the Arts showing artwork in Hereford Cathedral

Come and be Measured in String...

PRESS RELEASE Lighthouse presents THE MAP OF MUNDI Saturday 12 January – Saturday 16 February 10am (Main Gallery) Free Tickets & information 01202 280000 www.lighthousepoole.co.uk Bournemouth artist Michelle Rumney is inviting […]
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The Map of Mundi flyer advertising exhibition by artist Michelle Rumney and St Thomas Way at Lighthouse Poole's Centre for the Arts, Dorset

The Map of Mundi comes to Poole

A Modern Medieval map? The Map of Mundi was inspired by Hereford Cathedral's infamous Mappa Mundi. It's the largest surviving map of its kind and dates […]
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poster for free medieval mapping workshop at St Marys Swansea 6 October 2018

Mapping workshop - Medieval-Style?

Don't miss our free StThomasWay Medieval Mapping Workshop - this Saturday 6th October 11am - 12:30am. What is it? A fun and active mapping workshop exploring our […]
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image of research fellow and project manager Chloe McKenzie at the window of Holy Trinity Chapel in Swansea installing the St Thomas Way exhibition Medieval and Modern Journeys

And into Swansea...

The exhibition 'Re-Making Maps of the Mind: Medieval and Modern Journeys' has moved again. It's now in The Holy Trinity Chapel in St Mary's Church […]
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Map of Mundi hanging in the nave of St Marys Priory Church Abergavenny in Wales - part of the St Thomas Way

Now Hanging in Abergavenny

EXHIBITION: Re-Making Maps of the Mind: Medieval and Modern Journeys has moved to St Mary’s Priory Church, Abergavenny Wed 15th August – Monday 3rd September The St Thomas […]
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Title frame from 1 min film on Michelle Rumney Contemporary Dorset Makers from Culture+ The Arts Development Company

Featured in a Culture+ Film

Interview by Laura Mulhearn of Culture+ for the Contemporary Dorset Makers series: What projects are you working on now? I’ve been exploring medieval ideas, making artwork in […]
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