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Exhibition 'Copying the World. Plaster Art 1860-1960' prolonged until 31 December 2016

04 October 2016

The exhibition 'Copying the World. Plaster Art 1860-1960' at the University Museum is prolongued until 31 December 2016.

The exhibition shows the use of plaster in the recording and spreading of knowledge. Objects from several important collections, also from outside of Groningen, with their own special stories are on display. More

Entrance is free.

N.B. the exhibition is in Dutch; a short overview in English is available.

Copying the World. Plaster Art 1860-1960
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