Fittingly, Peter Firmin and Oliver Postgate frequently engineered their own solutions to the production challenges faced, such as: adopting a cardboard cut-out animation process for their early productions, which relied on sticky tack for tension and placement; or the Pingwings, whose crocheted bodies provided flexibility and durability; or the hybrid environments of the Pogles, which […]
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In the introduction, we hear of “how a Prince built a long ship and sailed in it beyond the black ice at the edge of the world to bring home his bride from the land of the midnight sun”. Here, Postgate and Firmin seek to evoke a range of influences. The undertaking of such a […]
April 04, 2016
People living with dementia are being invited to get involved in free creative writing sessions taking place at the Beaney in Canterbury from mid-April. The Cabinet of Curiosities project, run by the city council’s Community Services team, is open to anyone living with dementia and aims to help them write creatively using the museum’s collections […]