Food For Thought Exhibition: Installation Day 1

Today saw the first objects being installed at our exhibition. A great big thank you to Vikki Jessop from the British Museum for all her expertise and help installing the objects that we have on loan. Looking forward to day 2!

After months of waiting, the truck has arrived!

After months of waiting, the truck has arrived!

Unpacking the first box of objects.

Unpacking the first box of objects.

Our poster boy, Bacchus, emerging from his packaging.

Our poster boy, Bacchus, emerging from his packaging.

Corinium Museum's Director, Amanda Hart, and Vikki Jessop from the British Museum checking the condition of Bacchus after his journey.

Corinium Museum’s Director, Amanda Hart, and Vikki Jessop from the British Museum checking the condition of Bacchus after his journey.

Vikki and I carefully place Bacchus into his new home for the next three months.

Vikki and I carefully place Bacchus into his new home for the next three months.

The mule-shaped couch decoration being checked as he sits on his custom-made mount, ready to go in the case.

The mule-shaped couch decoration being checked as he sits on his custom-made mount, ready to go in the case.

Part way through the installation: Bacchus has some new friends.

Part way through the installation: Bacchus has some new friends.

And to see the rest of the objects on loan from the British Museum, you will have to come to the exhibition, which starts this Saturday.

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