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Endangered Dust

Installation and Land Artist Rosie Leventon has recently been making work referring to vernacular architecture – anything from termite mounds to Buddhist stupas.  For b-side she has made a new sculptural piece which takes as its starting point a little known aspect of Portland’s archaeology – the curious Beehive Chambers. Several of these underground prehistoric stone structures have been found on the island but nothing now remains except a few old photos and drawings.

Rosie’s installation can be found in the courtyard of Portland Museum, Wakeham. The museum will also host a small display of information and archive documents relating to the Beehive Chambers.

**UPDATE** ON SATURDAY 15 SEPTEMBER THE MUSEUM WILL OPEN AT 11.40AM

8th September - 16th September, 10:30am - 3:45pm
15th September, 11:45am - 3:45pm

Portland Museum

217 Wakeham
Portland
DT5 1HS

Entry to museum courtyard to see Rosie’s work is FREE - normal entry fees apply to the museum itself.