Christie Brown, artist and Emerita Professor of Ceramics at the University of Westminster in London, discusses the inspiration for her work including the pieces OMG! representing Love Island 2018 winners Jack and Dani and Elementary commemorating the BBC series Sherlock featured in the Cultural Icons exhibition.
Brighton LGBTQ+ History Club is a monthly event that explores the city’s rich LGBTQ+ heritage. Talks, events and activities by local historians, researchers, collectors, and community members, shine a light on forgotten and untold stories.
A series of natural science themed pop-up talks and mini tours led by museum staff and local conservationists. Highlights include Brighton Dolphin Project, the chance to learn about our exciting plans for a new Evolution gallery and the Dinosaurs of … Continued
Stephen Dixon, Professor of Contemporary Crafts at Manchester School of Art, discusses his politically satirical body of work including the contemporary mash-up pieces The Good Ship Brexit and Trumposaurus featured in the Cultural Icons exhibition.
Our expert guide takes you on a tour of the Royal Pavilion’s decorative interiors, including the spectacular objects from Buckingham Palace on loan from Her Majesty The Queen. Discover how King George IV impressed his guests with lavish banquets, balls and concerts.
Come along to this fun and stimulating experience for you and your baby/toddler to explore. Play and learn together in an exciting environment and discover new ways to nurture your child’s interests and confidence.
Practice up-cycling and re-fashioning in our friendly drop-in group with help from our Hove Museum maker. Some equipment is available including a rummage box of textiles. Find unique garments to buy from the Emmaus pop-up shop.