Looking to take a deep dive into a subject and discover something new?

Whether online extras from our exhibition programme or insights into our work behind the scenes, here are some ways you can immerse yourself in a variety of topics.

First 100 Women

As Covid-19 has prevented many people from seeing this exhibition at Brighton Museum, photographer Anita Corbin has kindly agreed to us creating this online display of her inspiring portraits.

WW2 in Brighton

A new online display of photographs, audio clips and making activities to mark the 75th anniverary of VE Day.

Seafront defences on Brighton beach looking west to West Pier, 1944

Nature at Home

lily beetle © Lee Ismail

Tips on enjoying the natural world from the safety of your own home, courtesy of our curatorial team at the Booth Museum of Natural History.

Voices of the Royal Pavilion & Museums podcast (2020)

Graphic with blue background and white lettering stating 'Voices of the Royal Pavilion & Museums'An in-depth look at work behind the scenes of our museums. Based on interviews conducted with staff, volunteers and community partners, this podcast covers everything from managing the Royal Pavilion Garden to decolonising the museum.

Floating Worlds (2019)

Kunisada (Toyokuni III). A group of actors. c 1852

This 2019-20 exhibition in Brighton Museum focused on Japanese woodcuts from the 1615-1868 Edo period.

We developed an in-house web app to provide accessible audio content for visitors. This features some of the haiku poetry used to provide a mindful tour through the exhibition.

Queer Looks (2018)

This display of outfits worn by LGBTQ people in Sussex from the 1960s onwards was due to close shortly before the lockdown.

The fashion items were accompanied by Queer Looks Stories, a microsite that accompanies the stories behind the outfits.

Browse through themes such as Coming Out, Activism and Nightlife, and discover how clothing can play such an important role in expressing LGBTQ identity.

Visions of the Royal Pavilion Estate (2017)

This was a small display of prints and watercolours in Brighton Museum. The images charted the historical development of the Royal Pavilion Estate, including some ideas that never became reality.

An interactive was developed for the gallery that presented additonal material, including a 3D model based on Humphry Repton’s unrealised designs for the estate.

War Stories (2014)

This 2014 exhibition in Brighton Museum marked the centenary of the start of the First World War. It brought to life the stories of 13 people with a local connection and the impact of the war on their lives.

The exhibition featured numerous videos. These included interviews with local people about the characters featured in the exhibition, and a series of silhouettes reading from letters and other contemporary works.