Geoff Egan Memorial Conference, 10 March 2012                     Heavy Metal and Dirty Deeds: Buttons, Hooks & Other     ...
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Heavy Metal and Dirty Deeds

  1. 1. Geoff Egan Memorial Conference, 10 March 2012 Heavy Metal and Dirty Deeds: Buttons, Hooks & Other Dress Accessories Joint Meeting of The Medieval Dress & Textile Society and The Finds Research Group Weston Theatre, Museum of London, 150 London Wall, London EC2Y 5HN10.00 Registration. The Museum doors open at 10am10.30 Welcome – John Cherry10.45 Dr Michael Lewis, Portable Antiquities Scheme – ‘Geoff, you missed this!: medieval and post-medieval highlights of the Portable Antiquities Scheme in 2011’11.15 Hazel Forsyth, Museum of London – ‘Keeping up appearances: a few finds from the foreshore’11.45 Discussion12.00 Tea & Coffee (included). Clore Learning Centre Activity Space (upstairs from theatre)From 12 until 2pm there will be tables in the Activity Space • Tudor dress accessories handling with Jenny Tiramani (MEDATS) • Archaeological artefacts from recent medieval waterfront excavations with Beth Richardson (MOLA) • Society of Thames Mudlarks finds from the foreshore with Ian Smith and Andy Johannsen • Books for sale from Maney, Museum of London, Museum of London Archaeology, Finds Research Group and Brian Read12.30 Lunch (not provided) – There is currently an exhibition on Dickens and London.Advance or morning booking of tickets is strongly recommended as it is very popular.14.00 Frances Pritchard, Whitworth Art Gallery – Silk hairnets, chaplets and related mounts in the 13th and 14th centuries14.30 Dr Annemarieke Willemsen, Dutch National Museum of Antiquities, Leiden – Late medieval bling: cheap metal decoration on leather belts and purses15.00 Discussion15.15 Tea & Coffee (included). Clore Learning Centre Activity Space15.45 Dr. Eleanor Standley, Ashmolean Museum – title to be confirmed16.15 Julian Bowsher, Museum of London Archaeology – ‘Preening at the playhouses: finds from the Theatre, Rose and Globe sites’16.45 DiscussionThe conference will cost £20 for members of MEDATS or the FRG, £25 for non-members and £15 forstudents. Further details and how to book are available on the MEDATS website:http://www.medats.org.uk or please send a cheque/postal order made payable to "The Medieval Dress
  2. 2. and Textile Society" and a stamped addressed envelope to the Ticketing Secretary, Bushy Westfallen,146 Tilson House,Tilson Gardens, London SW2 4NA or email bushy.frocks@btopenworld.com

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