Review: Weaving Connections, an online exhibition by Multaka-Oxford and the Pitt Rivers Museum

Close-up shot of intricate embroidery on a Palestinian thob (a kind of dress)
Intricate embroidery on the back of a thob (Palestine). Pitt Rivers Museum.
Screenshot of the exhibition showing a photograph of a veiled woman and the labels underneath.
Screenshot of Weaving Connections, Face Veil with Ornamental Coins (Egypt). Pitt Rivers Museum.
Screenshot of the exhibition showing a close-up of a silver brooch and the label underneath.
Screenshot of Weaving Connections, Silver Crescent-shaped brooch (Tunisia). Pitt Rivers Museum.

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Museum student; art curator; writer.

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Museum student; art curator; writer.

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