Get a glimpse behind the scenes of the museum, see hidden treasures from our amazing collection and hear the inside story from our curators, archivists and special guests.
Meet Joe Brook, our Life Online Project Leader, to hear more about the inspiration behind the new space—and see a sneak preview.
Seven weeks to go before Life Online opens to the public: looming shapes have appeared in the foyer, walls are being built, and our technicians are ready to fit screens, lights and speakers…
We’ve moved into the really exciting final phase of the Life Online gallery build, where the 2D concepts are finally coming to life.
Here’s a sneak preview of our latest exhibition, Daniel Meadows: Early Photographic Works, opening 30 September 2011.
Summer is here, hordes of children will soon be let loose from the nation’s classrooms, and we would love you all to visit us and ‘Discover the Full Story’.
Thursday 17 March 2011 was the very first global Picture a Museum Day, aiming to give people behind-the-scenes access to the world’s museums and galleries through Flickr and Twitter.
Ruth and Rebecca of our Exhibitions team visited the André Kertész exhibition at the Jeu de Paume last month—here’s Ruth’s lowdown on what they saw and learned.
The next exhibition to be displayed in Gallery Two is David Spero: Churches, which will be open from 15 April to 4 September 2011.
If you’ve visited the museum recently, you’ll have noticed that we’re currently undertaking an extensive refurbishment of the foyer.
A peek behind the scenes reveals how our IMAX team transfers Avatar, the largest and longest IMAX film print ever made, onto our giant screen.
One Saturday in November, a group of local Brownies and Guides got the very special opportunity to spend a night at the museum.
During the past week, photographer and video artist Robbie Cooper has been filming museum visitors in preparation for his upcoming exhibition.