Can a museum exhibition engage all five of our senses? Alice Carlton gives us a younger visitor’s view of Supersenses.
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.
Photographer Keeley Bentley writes about her experience researching in our archives, and the links she found between our collection and Lewis Carroll’s Wonderland.
National Science and Media Museum volunteer Rosemary Cole discovers the links between photography and paintings at our Poetics of Light exhibition.
National Science and Media Museum volunteer Peter Harvey writes about how Poetics of Light proves the simplest cameras can produce some of the most atmospheric images.
Emily Rees discusses how private archives, like the C.O. Stanley Pye Collection, can offer invaluable insights into the history of media in Britain.
Dr Jane Frances, Policy Adviser in Education at Changing Faces, talks about how we look at faces and how different ways of seeing are represented in our In Your Face exhibition.
Touring Exhibitions Coordinator Sarah Hanson follows Only in England as the exhibition tours to the Beaney House of Art & Knowledge, Canterbury.
Samira Ahmed writes about the many different versions of Jane Eyre and how audiences through the years have interpreted Charlotte Brontë’s classic.
Roger Highfield, our Director of External Affairs, spoke to director Baltasar Kormákur about his epic IMAX adventure Everest.
Artists-in-residence Martha Jurksaitis and Christian Hardy give us a taster of their Light Fantastic exhibit.
Behind the scenes of artists-in-residence Martha Jurksaitis and Christian Hardy’s research trip to Iceland.
Amanda Lynsdale discusses some of what she discovered while cataloguing the extensive BBC Collection, acquired in 2012.