Plymouth's new cultural attraction 'The Box' has revealed it will open to the public in May, with a major exhibition looking at the controversial history of British colonisation.
The story of the Mayflower Pilgrims, who sailed from the city in 1620, will be seen from a new perspective thanks to a collaboration with the descendants of a Native American tribe.
If you go back to previous anniversaries of the sailing of the Mayflower, they're very different, they use the word 'celebration'.
Wampaonag artist Romana Peters has been commissioned to make a cooking pot, which will form part of the permanent collection at The Box when it opens.
Peters, also known as Nosapocket, is a member of the Mashpee Wampanoag Nation. As a potter, she has helped revive traditional Wampanoag clay craft from the 1600s.
I like the idea of my work being in museums because native art is generally considered an artefact, with no person attached to it.
It's an extraordinary range of works and objects and archives and records. So that's what we want to put on display, but also we want people to then think about that past and create new meanings, new interpretations, and I'm absolutely convinced everyone will really enjoy their experience here.