The Worshipful Company of Fan Makers launch special edition fan by leading UK fashion designer, Stewart Parvin.
The Worshipful Company of Fan Makers launch special edition fan by leading UK fashion designer, Stewart Parvin, MVO.Read More
Recently uploaded to the Museum’s Facebook page is a short feature detailing the continued enrichment of The Fan Museum Trust collection during 2020, a year beset by challenges caused by the ongoing COVID-19 Pandemic.Read More
As many of the UK’s museums, galleries & other attractions begin to reopen following an extended period of closure, we’d like to provide an update of our own…Read More
The Fan Museum is pleased to make available a richly illustrated article on a fan-related topic authored by Helene Alexander MBE, Founder/Director of the Museum and a leading authority on fans.Read More
The Fan Museum is pleased to share from its collection a free, downloadable colouring sheet of a fan advertising a famous beverage. Manufactured around 1930 by Éventails Ganné, Paris, the original design incorporates a mask-like face with peepholes. Visit our online database to learn out more about this striking Art Deco fan: https://www.thefanmuseum.org.uk/collections/fan216007Read More
Rediscovering a Unique Liaison: The Museum’s pioneering 2017 Street Fans project launches via Google Arts & Culture.
In 2017 The Fan Museum, with support from Codex Urbanus, launched a pioneering initiative to put the heritage craft of fan making back on the map here in the UK. ‘Street Fans’ brought together twenty nine street artists and one contemporary fan maker for an innovative, exhibition-based project enriched with outreach activities designed to engage diverse audiences.Read More