Pavilion Review 1997

Index to articles published in the Pavilion Review in 1997.

April 1997

Pavilion Review April 1997
Pavilion Review April 1997

“A New Future for Libraries and Museums”

The article describes the recent reorganization of the Council, from East Sussex County Council to Brighton & Hove Council. The histories and implications for those buildings/collections concerned with the arts, learning and development are discussed.

‘Long Among Us in the Character of Settled Inhabitants’

The article continues from July 1996 focusing in on the musicians of George, Prince of Wales, including their backgrounds, wages and further careers.

A Rare Watercolour by John Donowell at Preston Manor

The article describes the work of John Donowell, focusing on a watercolour exhibited at the Brighton Revealed Through Artists‘ Eyes Exhibition. The author considers the significance of the painting and also the life of the artist.

Fit for a King

The article considers the life of the French chef Marie­ Antoine Carême and his relation to the Royal Pavilion. The author also provides an insight into Carême’s biography as well as his creations as a chef.

Bequest of Mrs Enstone-Wood

The article describes the recent donation of numerous artefacts, including a fruitstand, c. 1900, with the intention to be displayed in the twentieth-century gallery. The donation also includes a collection of more than eighty books on fine and decorative art subjects, including fourteen copies if The Studio from the 1900s.

Redefining Fine Art

The article considers a recent exhibition at Brighton Museum, entitled Kids Kulture. The pictures where chosen by a class of children from a local primary school as part of an outreach project.

The Green Centre for Non-Western Art Opened in its New Site

The article discusses the processes leading up to, and the running of, the Green Centre. The article also provides a brief history of the relationship between Henry Green and Brighton Museum, as well as advertising available facilities.

Bedu is my Lover

The article discusses the significance of Bedu in relation to rites of passage and reaffirmation of social order. The article relates to an exhibition and exhibition catalogue, entitled, Bedu is my lover, five stories about Bondoukou and masquerading.

A Celebration of Brighton & Hove’s Historic Houses and Museums

The article reviews the living history weekend which was held at the Royal Pavilion, Preston Manor, Brighton, Hove and the Booth Museums. The theme for the weekend was ‘time travel ‘.

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