We are delighted to welcome Project Curator, Andrew Deathe and Project Co-ordinator, Sienna Holmes to The Andrew Logan Museum of Sculpture to commence work on an exciting new project, generously funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund.
Andrew Deathe says, “I’m very pleased to be working with the Andrew Logan Museum of Sculpture and very excited about developments for its future. For the next couple of years, the team will be working hard to bring Andrew’s work and history to a wider audience.
For nearly thirty years I’ve worked in all sorts of museums and heritage organisations, mainly in Wales. I’ve previously worked with this Museum on some of the exhibition interpretation and in cataloguing some of the sculptures for the Art UK website.
The current project will be to research Andrew’s personal history, as well as those of the many hundreds of people who have been part of his circle, and to catalogue his artworks. We hope to obtain future funding to make all the Museum collection and research accessible online and in a redeveloped exhibition at the Museum, placing Andrew’s story within the histories of the cultural and social movements of which he has been such a key part.
In the shorter term, we would like to develop more opportunities for volunteers and students to work with the collection, for more educational and community activities to take place in the Museum, and to take the joy of Andrew’s work into the wider world with some touring exhibitions.
If you would be interested in helping the Museum to achieve these goals, and more, please contact me and share your ideas.”
– Andrew Deathe, Project Curator