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Royal Pavilion & Museums Insider -- 22 May 2020

This week we're delighted to present an online version of our 100 First Women Portraits exhibition.

We also have a sprinkling of animal magic: from fantastical zoological gardens to a tiger who came for tea.

100 First Women Portraits Online

As the Covid-19 lockdown has prevented many people from seeing this exhibition at Brighton Museum, photographer Anita Corbin has kindly agreed to us creating this online display of her inspiring portraits.

Includes all 100 portraits and additional interviews with some of the women featured in the exhibition.
 
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Zootopian Vision


These vast and exotic Royal Zoological Gardens were once planned for Brighton.

Find out what small part of this grand design survives today.
 
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The Tiger Who Came to Tea


An online reading of Judith Kerr's classic children's story by Michael from the Booth Museum.

Plus a chance to take a close look at a real tiger's skull.
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Tricks of the light


What makes the scales of these fish sparkle?

A conservator looks at the techniques used in this 19th century Japanese print.
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