Splendours of the Subcontinent – Blog 1
We’re very pleased to introduce a series of blog posts that are linked to Splendours of the Subcontinent, a Royal Collection Trust touring exhibition coming to Cartwright Hall in March…
Garden within a Garden
If you’ve visited Cartwright Hall Art Gallery or City Park recently, you may well have spotted elements of ‘Garden Within a Garden’. Our Curator of International Arts, Nilesh Mistry led…
Touring Exhibitions Group – May 2016
Last month, we played host to the Touring Exhibitions Group conference, and Sonja Kielty, our Exhibition’s curator offered to write a blog entry that gives you an insight in the…
Gateway to India: Guest Blog by Tim Smith.
If you’ve visted Cartwright Hall Art Gallery recently, you will have seen the wonderful exhibition: Gateway to India. The exhibition was co-ordinated by film-maker and community historian Tim Smith, he…
Our Curator for International and Decorative Arts, Nilesh Mistry has written us a blog post about an exciting arrival at Cartwright Hall Art Gallery. He writes: At almost a thousand…
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…
Eye of the Beholder: Taking Inspiration – a reflection
The Eye of the Beholder: Concept of Interpretation project is now complete and Nilesh Mistry (Curator International & Decorative Art) reflects on the successes and the opportunities of this year…
Bradford Open 2015: Art? You’ll never get a job!
Sonja Kielty, our Curator of exhibitions agreed to write a blog post talking about her experiences curating the Bradford Open 2015 at Cartwright which has just finished. She writes: I’ve worked…
Bradford Young Open 2015
Emily was one the interns we’ve had working with us at Bradford Museums and Galleries, and worked a great deal on the ‘Young Open’ exhibition at Cartwright Hall this year….
‘Eye of the Beholder : Taking Inspiration’
Jack Lynch is our Print and Digital Media trainee and has been working with some of our staff to promote ‘Eye of the Beholder’ in both phases of the exhibition….