Monday, 3 February 2014

Ethnographic examples of cordage use at the Pitt Rivers, 5th February

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OxPalTechSoc's next event is a follow-up to our cordage making last week: an informal walk around the Pitt Rivers museum, looking at how our newly acquired skills have been applied ethnographically.  

We will be meeting at the front doors of the Natural History Museum at 2:00pm on Wednesday 5 February. 

Even if you weren't able to make it to the first session, please come along, and feel free to bring a friend!  We will have with us some of the cordage we made last week, and can give you a quick run through (and if you were there last week, bring your own cordage to show off!). The Pitt Rivers always promises to be an interesting visit so it should be fun.

If you would like to join and become a member of the OxPalTechSoc, it costs £5 for the 2014 membership - this goes towards our purchasing and acquiring of materials, and renting of equipment.  Everyone is welcome, and the drop-in fee is just £2. Just give it to any of the committee members during a session (Klint, Will, Cory or Patrick).

Please RSVP by sending a quick email to to let us know to expect you. We hope to see you there!

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