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Going the Extra Mile for Sikh History, with events this weekend in Brighton Museum, and the Brighton Marathon.
Hopefully you will have already checked out our recent World War One exhibition, War Stories, before it closed last month. This included the story of one of the Pavilion’s most interesting chapters, when it served a stint as the Indian Military Hospital. Can you imagine what a strange, disori
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A satirical eclipse from 1829: a dour Duke of Wellington, then Prime Minister, tries to eclipse the radiance of George IV.
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Marking 100 years since the start of the Battle of Neuve Chapelle, a look at what the Indian wounded from that battle found when they arrived in Brighton.
Today marks the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Neuve Chapelle. The battle was fought between 10 and 13 March in the Artois region of France. Over the course of three days, over 30,000 British and Indian troops succeeded in recapturing the small village of Neuve Chapelle, and forced the German li
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Ahead of her talk at Brighton Museum next Saturday, Alexandra Loske on the 18th century artist Angelica Kauffman.
Next week, Dr Alexandra Loske will give a bite-size talk in Brighton Museum on artist Angelica Kauffman, using works in our Fine Art collection. In this post, Alexandra introduces the celebrated painting and her reception throughout Europe. Works by the eighteenth century continental artist
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Our Blogger in Residence has been exploring the half-term friendly Hove Museum.
The fine line dividing Hove from Brighton has been a subject that's fascinated me ever since I moved here. Of course one can easily trace it geographically (Palmeira Square would seem a logical spot) but I've always had a sense that there is a more meaningful divide in terms of lifestyle and ...
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A look back at last month's Whitehawk Family Archaeology Day at Brighton Museum.
Fiona Redford, Programmes Support Officer, looks back at last month's Whitehawk Family Archaeology Day. Early one drizzly, grey, January Saturday morning, members of the Local History and programming teams were busy finalising the arrangements for the Whitehawk Family Archaeology Day.
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On the trail of LGBTQ history.
Blogger in Residence Jools Stone looks into the creation of our LGBTQ trail in Brighton Museum, and the representation of gay history in museums.
It’s 5.05pm and Brighton Museum stills into such a hush as the doors close to the public it’s quite uncanny. A group of us are huddled around the Front Desk for a special after hours tour in the capable hands of Kelly Boddington and Robert White, who are about to guide us through the sometimes h
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Ahead of her talk in Brighton Museum tomorrow, Alexia Lazou discusses the Brighton childhood of Aubrey Beardsley.
He was a very naughty boy....
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As our War Stories exhibition enters its last few days, volunteer Ines Canellas reflections on the emotions and memories inspired by WW1.
Volunteer Inés Cañellas has been working on the War Stories: Voices from the First World War exhibition at Brighton Museum & Art Gallery. There are only a few days left to see this exhibition, due to finish on 1 March. Through my placement in the Creative Programming Department at Brighton
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They may look nice, but what actually is a Sussex Loop? Curator Heather York raises the question ahead of her Bite-size talk tomorrow
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Where does work on an exhibition begin? Curator Jody East on early work on our 2016 Fashion Cities Africa exhibition.
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Introducing our new website at http://brightonmuseums.org.uk/

Completely redesigned and rebuilt, our new website now brings together our online collections and blog content.

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The Royal Pavilion and Museums includes the famous regency palace of George IV, Brighton Museum & Art Gallery, Hove Museum & Art Gallery, the Booth Museum of Natural History and Preston Manor. Our collections include natural history, world art, decorative art, fine art, local history and archaeology, fashion and textiles, and toys, film and media, with over a million objects in our collections. We offer a range of exhibitions and family events, throughout the year. You can also see us at:http://brightonmuseums.org.uk