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Explore the many faces of feminine power at our special Feared and Revered events. The upcoming program includes school holiday activities, a cultural festival day, lecture series, pop-up talks and tours.

Event Drawing workshops: The Female Form with Naomi Zouwer Time: 5.30pm–7.30pm Ticket information: Bookings essential, costs apply Ticket information: Book tickets

15 Feb and 15 Mar 2023
Join artist Naomi Zouwer for a new series of drawing workshops inspired by the objects on display in Feared and Revered. These after-hours workshops include exclusive access to the exhibition and a complimentary glass of wine and warm-up activities in the Friends Lounge. Exclusive to Friends. Join Friends

Event Object Club – Feared and Revered curator talk Time: 10.30am–11.30am Date: Friday 24 February 2023 Ticket information: Free, bookings essential Ticket information: Book tickets

Join National Museum lead curator on Feared and Revered, Cheryl Crilly, for our first Object Club of 2023. Explore special objects and be guided behind the scenes of this exceptional exhibition and how it was developed. Exclusive to Friends. Join Friends

Event Feared and Revered quiet hours Time: 4pm–6pm Ticket information: Costs apply Ticket information: Book tickets

First Tuesday of the month, February to August 2023
See Feared and Revered: Feminine Power through the Ages as the Museum extends its opening hours for visitors who prefer a quieter visitor experience. These sessions offer reduced noise and sensory experiences.

Self-guided tour

Use your own device to discover more about the most intriguing Feared and Revered objects with our free audio tour presented by Australian actor Miah Madden. Accessible versions are also available.

Use our free wi-fi to download the self-guided tour or hire a device and purchase earphones from the Information Desk.

Host talks

Free daily host-led gallery talks are available after exhibition entry. Ask at the Information Desk for details.

Quiet hours image: Figure of Parvati, sandstone, India, 900–1000 CE, donated by Mrs John Bridge, Miss Fanny Bridge and Mrs Edgar Baker, 1872,0701.110. © Trustees of the British Museum, 2022

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