Tagged with Plymouth City Museum and Art Gallery
PRESS RELEASE: We have loaned one of Nancy Astor’s most famous outfits to the UK Parliament for its 'Voice and Vote: Women’s Place in Parliament' exhibition - on display until 6 October 2018.
by Jo Clarke, Marketing and Communications Officer Welcome to this month’s Build Update which rounds up a number of pieces of news and information from The Box, Plymouth’s construction site. As is the custom, here’s the latest lapse footage from the web cam for your viewing pleasure! Those of you who walk past the site […]
by Jo Clarke, Marketing and Communications Officer As you may expect, it’s been another busy month on site at The Box! We weren’t able to include any time lapse footage in our last #BuildUpdate post but here are a couple of clips from the web cam to bring you up to date. May’s footage will […]
by Val Grant, Collections Assistant with thanks to Terah Walkup, Art Curator The hard work is continuing behind the scenes as we prepare our collections for the move to The Box. Staff are condition checking the permanent collections that will go into the galleries that are being developed for The Box. Myself and our other Collections […]
by Jo Clarke, Marketing and Communications Officer Our web cam has been out of action this month while the College of Art undertakes some maintenance work on their building, but today’s post includes a few snaps that you’ll hopefully find interesting. In terms of construction, the most visible changes this month are to our main […]
BLOG POST: Find out what happened when we moved the impressive figurehead of HMS Tamar so it can undergo conservation treatment in London.
BLOG POST: See a series of video clips that bring you up to date with our figureheads project.
by Jo Clarke, Marketing and Communications Officer with thanks to Terah Walkup, Art Curator; Lottie Clark, Curator and Jan Freedman, Natural History Curator Today’s post rounds up a range of collections-based news which I hope you’ll find interesting. You may have seen some of our recent social media posts about a project our curators are […]
by Jo Clarke, Marketing and Communications Officer It’s been a varied and interesting month on site and today’s post rounds up a number of pieces of news and information. Everyone working on site has had to contend with just about every type of weather over the last few weeks – from brilliant sunshine to lots […]
We’ve looked at lighthouses and bridges as part of our continuing commemorations for the 200th anniversary of the founding of the Institution of Civil Engineers. Now it’s the turn of breakwaters. This print was purchased for our collections in 1911. It shows Mount Edgcumbe, Plymouth Sound and Plymouth Breakwater from Staddon.