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Staff can help bring contemporary artist and taxidermist, Polly Morgan, to the Victoria Gallery & Museum as part of the Long Night of Musuems initiative.
The VG&M is one of three venues from across the UK who are competing to host event on Friday 18 May.
Polly Morgan has been dubbed ‘Britain’s hottest bird stuffer’ by street artist Banksy and her poignant installations have been collected by Kate Moss and Charles Saatchi.
The Victoria Building’s neo-gothic splendour would provide the perfect setting for Polly to demonstrate her unique interpretation of the macabre art of taxidermy. Surrounded by Victorian bottled creatures and 19th century ornithological paintings by John Audubon, the venue is a veritable cabinet of curiosities!
Voting is open until 5 March. Click here to vote for the VG&M.
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