#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….
Bloss and Bess, the tale of the airedale terrier
Vistors to Cliffe Castle are often curious about Bloss, the Airedale terrier on display in our Keighley Stories Gallery. Our Curator for Natural Sciences, Dr Gerard McGowan has agreed to…
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….
An Alice Adventure
Our Assistant Curator, Kirsty Gaskin was the lead on the fantanstic (and fantastical) Alice in Wonderland themed exhibition at Cliffe Castle and has written a blog for us to explore it…
Japanese Woodblock Prints
We have a wide-ranging set of collections within Bradford Museums and Galleries, and it’s always interesting to see what people respond to when looking at them. Alice Humphrey is one…
A History of Music
Our Community Music Events intern, Oscar has agreed to write the latest blog about the the project he’s been woking on: Here at Cliffe Castle we are the middle of hosting…
From Russia to Cliffe Castle…
If you’ve visited Cliffe Castle recently, you may have noticed a few changes taking place to some of our reception room displays. We’ve been busy welcoming back a number of…
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…
Kendall & Wroot Digitization Project
Our Curator of Natural Sciences, Dr Gerard McGowan has been working on a rather intriguing digitisation project with some volunteers and has written a blog post to give an insight…
WWI – Bowling Park Barracks
Liz McIvor, our Curator for Social History and Technology has written this timely post for us (given that Remembrance day takes place this month) about the Bradford Pals and their temporary…