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OneOak exhibition opens at Oxford University Museum of Natural History

posted on September 12, 2011

Today we are delighted to open the OneOak exhibition at the Oxford University Museum of Natural History.  It will run until 27th March 2012.

Oxford University Museum of Natural History

Building on the success of our five month exhibition at Oxford Botanic Garden we have created an exhibition that includes several new works of art and a new film.  It links closely to the taxonomic collection in the museum, exploring the foodchain of an oak tree with the help of the Museum’s fabulous electron microscope.  Our volunteer curator Jane King has worked tirelessly to pull the exhibition together.  Our thanks to Jane and all the staff at the Museum for their support.  We hope to see you there.


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