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About this film

A group of Year 9 students visit The Fitzwilliam Museum in Cambridge to find out what they could about a large wooden sculpture of a horse by Tessa Pullan called Dobbin. Why and how was it made and where do the museum keep such a large work?

This is one of a series of films made in collaboration with young people across the UK, who explore and express their views on sculpture in public collections.


Artworks by Tessa Pullan

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