The Story of an Exhibition – Beginning the Research for Canterbury & Catwalk

Fragment of silk woven by the Duthoit Family, image courtesy of Canterbury Museums

Emily Fuggle, Museum director and curator of our current display Huguenot Silk: Canterbury and Catwalk talks about starting the research for this exhibition: In the 1870s Jonathan Duthoit, who was a director at the French Hospital, donated several items to the hospital. One of these was a firescreen, paneled with eighteenth-century silk from his family’s […]

Volunteer Spotlight :: Modern Day Weaving

Here at the Huguenot Museum we are very lucky to have a wonderful group of dedicated and talented volunteers that are an invaluable help in the running of the Museum. Many of our volunteers are Huguenot descendants themselves and today we have a lovely blog post written by our education and documentation volunteer Ann. I […]