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No Stone Left Unturned:

An exhibition of new dust sculptures and drawings by Paul Hazelton.
The exhibition will include the 18th-century natural philosopher, science educator, and author Margaret Bryan who played a pivotal role in the progression of female science writers in Britain.

Also included will be the physicist, engineer and inventor, Hertha Ayrton whose stay in Margate in 1901 inspired her to investigate sand ripples, a mystery until she read her paper The Origin and Growth of Ripple Marks to the Royal Society in 1904.

Also featured will be Dr Arthur Walton Rowe, the eminent Palaeontologist, considered the greatest chalk fossil expert even to this day, who was responsible for discovering the several zones in the chalk cliffs of Thanet.

Details

Date

Saturday 28 September 2019 - Sunday 19 January 2020

Time

10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Email

info@margatecaves.co.uk

Web

www.margatecaves.co.uk
Margate Caves
1 Northdown Road
Margate
Kent
CT9 1FG

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