The Ashmolean Museum was Britain’s first public museum.
The museum is a five-floor sprawl of collections and exhibitions from around the world. Mr. Vengerov had not specified who I should approach but as he noted enjoying the museum’s Vivaldi exhibition, I thought I’d try approaching someone at the museum’s music collection.
On the second Floor, Room 39, at the Music and Tapestry section and next to the Stradivarius violin named ‘Messiah’ I found Veronica working as
a museum invigilator. She agreed to participate and gave the montage a brochure map with the floor plan of the Ashmolean and directed me to visit The Perch Inn by Port Meadow. For security reasons, I was not allowed to take a photograph of Veronica’s face.
Nobody in particular was specified for me to see so I guess I am allowed to approach anyone I choose at The Perch Inn.
Veronica is an artist. See: http://www.veronicacordovadelarosaportfolio.org/ to view some of her work)