In the first instalment of a 3-part review, volunteer blogger Yusef takes a close look at the themes of surveillance in our exhibition Never Alone.
Our guest authors include researchers and students working with our collection, volunteers, friends of the museum, and representatives of other museums, charities and organisations we work with.
Inspired by our exhibition Never Alone, volunteer blogger James Wilson looks at how 20th-century ideas about workers’ productivity have led to today’s data-driven culture.
Next year we will open an exhibition exploring how different communities in Bradford have recorded their histories, created cultural networks and made political and social change.
Our special guests’ fantastic introduction to iconic feminist roadtrip movie Thelma & Louise was a highlight of Widescreen Weekend 2018.
Volunteer blogger Laura Sagar takes a look at how the use of point-of-view cameras in sport can enhance and contribute to the spectator’s experience.
The 1948 Olympic Games cemented television as the ultimate immersive experience of the age.
How has TV coverage changed as the World Cup has grown? We take a look at some of the facts and figures.
Thomas Llewellyn delves further into the world of eSports with a detailed look at one of the industry’s biggest success stories:
Counter-Strike: Global Offensive.
Visiting researcher Kari Nixon writes about her work with photography journals and other material from our Kodak Collection.
Could competitive videogaming be the future of sport? We look at how the growing eSports industry may shape the way we watch sport at home.
Imagine the last time you watched a sporting activity, match or race with family or friends. Do you remember the excitement building as the game began?
Visiting researcher Ana Maria Mauad writes about her work with photographs from Brazil, Argentina, Chile and Uruguay in the Daily Herald archive.