The exhibition of the full tapestry is now underway in Veere for the second time led by Wim Meijer; it was there nine years ago too as it began its global tour. This time it marks a major contribution to the 10th Anniversary Celebrations. 

It brings two additional languages to interpretation – Dutch and German. Visitors are encouraged to check the panels off country by country using a Diaspora Passport as they go. And more than that, the original six Veere panels are being stitched again as replicas for permanent retention at the Museum with the whole of the tapestry for ever accessible on touch screen access. That’s a multilingual facility that Veere is more than happy with all tapestry groups and exhibition centres.

Also see further coverage of the Veere Exhibition at: Councilor Tuk opens the Scottish Diaspora Tapestry Exhibition

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