A New Plesiosaur

Mark Evans curator from New Walk Museum & Art Gallery talks to Phil Hackett and introduces one of the new specimens for the new Dinosaur Gallery, the new Plesiosaur.

This important Plesiosaur specimen was discovered in 2000 in a clay quarry in Gloucestershire and purchased by the museum with support from The City of Leicester Museums Trust.

In the film Phil Hackett, Chairman of The City of Leicester Museums Trust talks about the role of the Trust and its involvement in supporting new acquisitions, wisely investing our museum visitors generous donations.

Will the support from The City of Leicester Museums Trust, the new Plesiosaur features in The Dinosaur Gallery: Exploring Lost Worlds exhibition at New Walk Museum & Art Gallery, Leicester, UK. Opening 3rd September 2011.

The New Plesiosaur is on display in The Dinosaur Gallery at New Walk Museum & Art Gallery, Leicester.

About X-Wide P

Award winning advocate for the arts, heritage & culture; Fine Artist & Curator at StudionAme; Resources Manager for Leicester Arts, Museums, Festivals & Events; Founder & Curator of L.O.V.E. Art the Leicester Open Exhibition
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