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Handmade in Britain mobile content

Handmade in Britain mobile web content has been developed by the V&A to enable visitors to find out more about many of the ceramics explored in the series. During your visit you can use your smartphone to scan gallery labels containing QR codes which will provide further information and audio commentary on the objects selected.

The mobile content also features a video of the site-specific installation Signs & Wonders by Edmund de Waal, created in 2009 for the re-opening of the V&A’s Ceramics Galleries. 

More mobile content will be produced on different parts of the V&A’s collection to coincide with further series of the Handmade in Britain season. 

The Handmade in Britain mobile content is available here for your smartphone or tablet

http://m.vam.ac.uk/handmade/

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Handmade in Britain

Handmade in Britain

This important book forms part of the Handmade in Britain partnership between the V&A and the BBC. Published as the culmination of a year-long sea…

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International Training Course

The Victoria and Albert Museum welcomes applications for ‘Creating Innovative Learning Programmes’, its new one week intensive course. This is a unique training opportunity for museum professionals from overseas who are interested in attracting and programming for a range of museum audiences.

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Event - Curator Talk: The Fabric of India

Fri 02 October 2015 15:00–16:00

Join curators Rosemary Crill and Divia Patel as they discuss their ‘The Fabric of India’ exhibition, which explores the country’s rich tradition of handmade textiles, with pieces on show dating from the third century to today’s cutting-edge fashion.

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