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A visit from Art UK: Photographing the sculpture collections

In his latest blog Adi talks about helping with a recent visit from Art UK. Adi is working with the museums on a year long internship with the Next Step Initiative.Art UK boasts a staggering collection of 200,000 artworks on … Continue reading

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Adi’s adventures with the Travelling Gallery

Adi has been spending some time with the Travelling Gallery for his Internship. You can read his newest blog below. A whimsical medieval minstrel, Mike, looks up with a loving gaze in his twinkly eyes at the Go-pro carefully mounted … Continue reading

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Cats, dogs and gnomes…

For the festive season we are sharing some of our seasonal collections on social media. These images are of Christmas cards in the collections at the Museum of Childhood. These cards prove that people still loved cat pictures in the … Continue reading

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The Wee Museum of Newhaven

The Wee Museum of Newhaven at Victoria Primary School is now open and you can see the new exhibition ‘Newhaven Stories’.                                        … Continue reading

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Edwin G. Lucas

This week Adi has written a post about the life of Edwin G Lucas. You can discover the varied and unique work of Lucas in our exhibition Edwin G. Lucas: An Individual Eye (on at the City Art Centre until 10 February … Continue reading

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Edinburgh Glass tour

In 2018 the Museum of Edinburgh opened its new glass gallery. On display are over 180 pieces of exquisite glassware, all made in Edinburgh from the 1830s to the present day. The glassware forms part of Museums & Galleries Edinburgh’s … Continue reading

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Herstory Woven

A new exhibition opens today at the People’s Story Museum. Herstory Woven has been organised by KWISA (African Women in Scotland Association) as part of Black History Month (1 – 31 October). Herstory Woven was produced by artist, Fadzai Mwakutuya. … Continue reading

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