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Lever’s Wedgwood, what makes it the best in the world?

20 August 2014 by Ann

Robin Emmerson photo

Robin Emmerson

In this guest blog internationally-renowned Wedgwood expert Robin Emmerson tells us why he believes our Wedgwood collection is the best in the world…  Read more…

Happy Birthday Josiah!

12 July 2014 by Laura

Ceramic plaque

Wedgwood plaque

284 years ago today the English potter Josiah Wedgwood was born. Founder of the Wedgwood company, he become one of the most influential ceramic manufacturers in the world and earned the title ‘The Father of English Potters’. Read more…

Re-designing the Lady Lever’s south end

16 June 2014 by Lisa

Mood board for the Chinese collection room

Mood board for the Chinese collection room

Our Design team are working hard behind the scenes to bring together ideas from curators and feedback from you (our visitors!) to create fantastic designs for the new ‘south end’ galleries at the Lady Lever.

The galleries will be brought back to their original architectural design and more than 1,500 items of fine and decorative art will be redisplayed.  Read more…

Last chance to see hit Turner exhibition at Lady Lever Art Gallery

27 May 2014 by Laura

Exhibition

Turner exhibition at the Lady Lever Art Gallery

We love it when visitors vote with their feet and the exhibition ‘Turner: travels, light and landscape‘ is such a case. With just under a week before it closes we have had almost 10,000 visitors more than predicted! Read more…

“It’s about updating the gallery in a thoughtful way…”

9 April 2014 by Vivien

Visitors take a look at plans for the gallery.

Visitors take a look at plans for the gallery.

I always enjoy the chance to work with our visitors to find out what they really think about what we’re doing in our museums and galleries. Recently I’ve been working on some consultation projects at the Lady Lever Art Gallery, where I’ve had the chance to show visitors some of the plans for the redevelopment of the south end galleries and talk about our the aims for the project.  Read more…

100 years of the Lady Lever!

24 March 2014 by Laura

Men on construction site

The laying of the Lady Lever Art Gallery’s foundation stone 25 March 1922. Image © Leverhulme Family Archive

The 25th March marks an exciting anniversary for us – 100 years since King George V laid the gallery’s foundation stone! Read more…

New plans for the Lady Lever

31 October 2013 by Laura

The rotunda in the south end of the gallery

The rotunda in the south end of the gallery will be refurbished.

We’ve just received the exciting news that the Lady Lever Art Gallery has got through the first round of funding applications to the Heritage Lottery Fund. Read more…

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