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02 March 2010

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Please also note, that Kingston Museum has an exhibition that opens a week later, supported by HLF funding. This will focus on the beautful and rare Zoopraxiscope discs. Further details at www.muybridgeinkingston.com. Plus they have just launched a new web resource (BFI, 26th May) accessible at wwww.eadweardmuybridge.co.uk - a great resource providing researchers, artists, theorists access to information about Muybridge collections all around the world!

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