Exeter City Museums and Art Gallery Service exists to enable people to explore their past and present for inspiration, learning and enjoyment. The collections document the natural and cultural history of the city within a regional, national and international context, helping people to develop an appreciation and understanding of their wider as well as immediate environment. The service manages and cares for these collections.
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Intimate Worlds exhibition: exploring Sexual Health and Education possibilities
As part their public engagement programme, in the run-up to the Intimate Worlds exhibition, experts from Exeter's Royal Albert Memorial Museum and the University of Exeter meet representatives from the health and education sectors to discuss how this beautiful and candid display of sexually-themed objects from history might best unlock its potential to enhance the delivery of sex education.
Volunteering at RAMM 2013
Volunteers at The Royal Albert Memorial Museum and Art Gallery share their experiences.
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RAMM's 2013 Contemporary Art Volunteering project
This summer RAMM ran its first micro-volunteering project. Funded by Grants for the Arts, the project aimed to train 12 volunteers in contemporary art interpretation. Training was provided by Gill Nicol from Lights Going On, and the volunteers were based in the Gillian Ayres and Wasted exhibitions. This video is an overview of their responses to the experience.
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