Dick Vaughan arrived in 1983 to organise the installation of the first permanent IMAX cinema in Europe. 30 years later he’s still here, and still fascinated by the technology.
Brian Liddy looks back at the Museum Exile of 1997—when all the objects in our collection (along with their curators) went on an adventure to Halifax.
New team member Kieron was born in the same year as the museum and—as a Bradford resident—has been lucky enough to grow up with us.
An new archive, including work by Martin Parr, Julian Germain and Anna Fox, has joined our collection.
We began with a glittering opening night, and followed suit with some magnificent special guests over the weekend.
A few weeks ago we asked you to submit your photographs from the Capital One Cup Final. Curator of Photography Greg Hobson chose this black-and-white photograph.
Photographer Ian Beesley attended the Bradford v Swansea Capital One Cup Final, and brought back some photographs of this historic occasion.
To celebrate Bradford City’s progress to the final of the 2013 Capital One Cup, we’ve selected photographs from our collection showing the club’s highs and lows over recent years.
We’re still on the lookout for people who recognise themselves in Eamonn McCabe and Ian Beesley’s photographs of Bradford City FC and fans.
Between now and the Capital One Cup Final, we’ll be sharing Eamonn McCabe and Ian Beesley’s photographs of Bradford City from our archives, and asking you to share your memories of the matches for our Bantams gallery.
In 1917, Frances Griffiths and her cousin Elsie Wright began the creation of a series of five photos in which they appeared in the company of fairies.
Last night the museum and City Park were overrun by rampaging zombies… to promote our Fantastic Films Weekend, celebrating the best horror and SFF movies.