After my classes today, I ventured over to the area by St. Paul's to explore the Museum of London a little more. One of my class projects is to examine two different artifacts and connect their significance to what we have learned and read about in class. It's an exciting assignment that uses the city as our classroom yet again. I love visiting all the various museums, and I keep finding that the more I learn in classes, the more I pick up on as I roam the city.
Also today, we received our train tickets for this weekend's trip to Bruges, Belgium and saw a fantastic play, Love and Information. It involved about fifty short scenes meant to capture a moment in time, and I really enjoyed the range that the actors had and the innovative set design that seemed dually evocative of a camera shutter and a television set.
Enjoy the pictures from the Museum of London, and look forward to pictures tomorrow when I visit Greenwich for class!
One of the First Fire Insurance Policies
Old Clock in the Museum's Collection
Visually-Impressive Printing Press Display
Beautiful Buddha Donated to Museum
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The Buddha looks so peaceful! Great shots! And yet another impressive museum!