Posts by Andrew
7 April 2017 by Andrew
“LGBT history is everyone’s history and we’re proud to tell it”, says Charlotte Keenan, Curator of British Art at the Walker Art Gallery. Here, she blogs about National Museums legacy in programming LGBT exhibitions, artists and events that spans decades. Read more…
27 October 2016 by Andrew
Enjoy a spooktacular school holiday this week with fiendishly good events at National Museums Liverpool.
From creepy crafts to a spooky tour, there’s plenty to keep the whole family entertained at our museums and galleries.
10 August 2016 by Andrew
What is it about the Walker Art Gallery’s portrait of 18th century feminist visionary Mary Wollstonecraft that warrants its inclusion in our pioneering new LGBT project Pride and Prejudice? In this blog, art historians Camilla Mørk Røstvik and Lucy Johnson explain why it is so important that this particular painting is brought ‘out of the closet’ and given greater visibility.
In April, we told you about Chrissy Partheni, Curator of Antiquities at World Museum and her involvement with this year’s Biennial in Liverpool – read it here. Working alongside curators at Tate Liverpool and Biennial, we were able to loan objects from our classical collections, in particular from Henry Blundell’s sculptural collections, forming part of the Biennial Ancient Greece Episode exhibition there. Chrissy says: Read more…
13 June 2016 by Andrew
29 April 2016 by Andrew
We all know that video doesn’t really compare to the real-life experience of a museum or gallery, but it’s getting pretty good a painting a very strong picture. Using the latest advancement, the 360 degree video, viewers can navigate around a space, venue or event to see if from all angles, as if they were there.