How Corporal Albert Clay became a patient at the WW1 Pavilion Hospital for Limlbess men.
The centenary of the Pavilion Military Hospital for limbless soldiers (1916-1920) is currently commemorated in our exhibition Pavilion Blues: Disability and Identity. In this post, researcher, Jo Palache, tells the story of how one patient, Corporal Albert Clay, came to be treated … Continued
Last Wednesday we held a one day workshop in London entitled ‘Digital: From Idea to Audience’. Supported by our Major Partner Museum funding from Arts Council England, the day was attended by about 20 delegates from museums across the UK. The … Continued
One of the stars of the Exotic Creatures exhibition at the Royal Pavilion (14 November 2015 to 28 February 2016) is a painting of creatures that had never before been seen in England. It shows Three ‘liger’ Cubs, the offspring … Continued
One of the most beautiful and intriguing illustrated books published in the early nineteenth century shows us the Royal Pavilion Estate as it might have been, if George IV had not changed his mind. The book is a printed version of … Continued
Last week I gave a talk at the Museums Association’s 2015 conference alongside Peter Pavement of Surface Impression. Our talk, which was part of its workshop and exhibition strand, was about the development of our new website which launched in … Continued