Images of the working class
This week’s blog post has been written by Liz McIvor, our Curator for Technology & Social History. She writes: The temporary exhibition, Grafters (3rd December 2016- 5th November 2017) was developed…
Our Curator of Technology, Liz McIvor agreed to write this week’s blog. She writes: What’s the difference between a tram and a trolleybus? Both forms of transport are run by…
Grafters: Industrial Society in Image and Word
Lizzie Labres, (Assistant Curator, Area East) agreed to write this post, linked to the Exhibition currently on the Bradford Industrial Museum. She writes: At Bradford Industrial Museum, we have spent…
#Askacurator day 2016
As regular visitors to our blog may have noticed, over the last few years staff from Bradford Museums and Galleries have been involved with the international #Askacurator day on Twitter….
Animal Attraction – Scary Stories
Today’s post is written by Liz McIvor and inspired by the exhibition Animal Attraction. It’s one of the summer exhibitions aimed at families and younger audiences at Bradford Industrial Museum in 2016….
Bradford and the Battle of the Somme, 1st of July 1916
As the anniversary of the Battle of the Somme nears, our Assistant Curator, Lizzie Labres agreed to write a blog post about how it affected the men of Bradford who…
Were Victorians healthier?
This blog post by our Curator for Technology & Social History, Liz McIvor puts our forthcoming A Grand Day Out at Bradford Industrial Museum into context. She writes: Bradford Council are working…
What’s new in the online Photo Archive?
John Ashton is the Photographic Archive assistant for Bradford Museums and Galleries. He agreed to write a blog for us on whats been happening with the archive recently. He writes: As regular visitors…
More from Annabel
Annabel wrote a fantastic post for us last year about her experiences with the Sneaky Peek project, and has kindly agreed to write another one for us about her wider…
Looking into the Past
Vincent Murphy has been on an Internship with us at Bradford Industrial Museum organised in conjunction with the University of Bolton and has written us a blog about some of…