Posts tagged with 'events'
Volunteers are an integral part of National Museums Liverpool, and without them, important work would not be able to take place. To celebrate Volunteers Week we are meeting more volunteers as part of a bumper Volunteer Spotlight series so we can really celebrate the different contributions that our amazing volunteers make.
National Museums Liverpool is definitely a varied place to work not only do we offer world class collections but we have award winning departments behind the scenes too. It’s probably easy to overlook the work that goes into our museums by a whole range of people from across the organisation, but I’m lucky that on my Spotlight visits I get to meet colleagues from different departments and hear about their projects. One common point that every supervisor has made is that, having a volunteer, placement student or intern helps them to appreciate their own roles more and how fortunate we are to work where we do. I know I certainly do!
Melissa is a Hope University student who is currently completing a placement with the House of Memories team whilst studying for her Museums and Heritage MA. As part of the House of Memories team she has been supporting the Happy Older People (HOP) network since March and it has enabled her meet a wide range of people, learn about the varied roles in the organisation and experience the amazing community work that is taking place. Read more…
This year as part of our Festival of Archaeology celebrations we are hosting an archaeology Twitter conference! A Twitter conference means that anyone anywhere can attend and you can even catch up after the event by following our hashtag #ArchMoL19.
If you would like to submit a paper for our conference, all you need is a Twitter account and to send us your proposal. We want to find out about your favourite discoveries from Merseyside this year (2018/19). A favourite discovery could be a find or a site, but could alternatively be about a methodology, a way of working with students, or an approach to interpretation.
3 August 2018 by Matt
Think of the 1960s and The Beatles won’t be far from many people’s thoughts. Their appearances at the London Palladium and the Ed Sullivan Show made them nationally and then internationally famous.
While all that was happening there was another influential figure emphatically putting Liverpool on the map. Bill Shankly’s Liverpool were on the rise, playing a brand of swashbuckling football under their manager’s passionate and charismatic leadership. 1966 may be the year England won the World Cup but for us it was the year that Everton won the FA Cup and Liverpool won the league championship 3-2 against Sheffield Wednesday.
There was no denying it: Liverpool was cool. It’s that coolness that we’ll be celebrating with a week of free activities in our 1960s extravaganza from 6 August!
Make your own Ford Anglia, an iconic 1960s car made right here in Liverpool on Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Try your hand with real 1960s games like the Etch-a-Sketch and Spirograph from Monday through to Thursday.
Celebrating 50 years since the launch of The Beatle’s White Album by making your own album cover craft work on Tuesday and Thursday.
We’ll have handling objects for you to relive the decade with, including records, radios, toys, games, clothing, and even some things to get you remembering your school days.
19 July 2018 by Eleanor Webster
Did you know that National Museums Liverpool’s venues frequently appear in films and on television? While you may have spotted us on the evening news or recognised one of our museums or galleries during a trip to the cinema once or twice, its unlikely most visitors are aware of how often we play host to camera crews and production companies.
While many projects, including collections-related documentaries and news programmes, are managed by our in-house press team, commercial filming projects – such as blockbuster films and drama series – are looked after by our multi-award-winning events team, Hosted by National Museums Liverpool. Events Sales Manager, Hanna Ghariani, has worked with a number of clients on commercial location filming as part of her role. She tells us more about her experiences…
3 May 2018 by Joe
With the Bank Holiday weekend fast approaching, we’ve got a packed schedule full of ideas and activities for all ages. Here’s a Top 10 of everything that’s going on in our venues this long weekend! Read more…
3 May 2018 by Ann Bukantas
It’s always exciting when you get new neighbours, and around a five minute walk from the Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool’s newest cultural quarter is stirring! The soon-to-be-launched ‘Fabric District’ is located between London Road and Islington. At its heart is a fabulous new space called The Tapestry http://thetapestry.co.uk/ . Read more…
16 March 2018 by Eleanor Webster
Since our China’s First Emperor and the Terracotta Warriors exhibition opened at World Museum, visitors have hailed the exhibition as a ‘once in-a-lifetime experience’. The exhibition not only showcases a number of objects which have never been seen before in the UK, but it is also just the third time that the terracotta warriors have been on show in the UK – and the first time they have come to Liverpool – since their discovery in 1974.