Wed 22 Apr 2020 Opinion

An object a day #14: B Hall cell

Every day for 30 days we will be featuring a museum object that has inspired or intrigued us, in the hope that “an object a day keeps the doctor away.” We love creating exciting, meaningful storytelling through engaging experiences, but still firmly believe that it is hard to beat the thrill of being in the presence of authentic artefacts. Today’s object is: a B Hall cell in Tai Kwun, Hong Kong.

Tue 21 Apr 2020 Opinion

An object a day #13: Apollo 11 command module

Every day for 30 days we will be featuring a museum object that has inspired or intrigued us, in the hope that “an object a day keeps the doctor away.” We love creating exciting, meaningful storytelling through engaging experiences, but still firmly believe that it is hard to beat the thrill of being in the presence of authentic artefacts. Today’s object is: the Apollo 11 command module.

The Apollo 11 Command Module is on display at the National Air and Space Museum, Washington D.C.
Mon 20 Apr 2020 Opinion

An object a day #12: The Painted Hall

Every day for 30 days we will be featuring a museum object that has inspired or intrigued us, in the hope that “an object a day keeps the doctor away.” We love creating exciting, meaningful storytelling through engaging experiences, but still firmly believe that it is hard to beat the thrill of being in the presence of authentic artefacts. Today’s object is: The Painted Hall at the Old Royal Naval College, Greenwich.

The Painted Hall took nineteen years to complete in 1726
Sun 19 Apr 2020 Opinion

An object a day #11: Children’s drawings, Terezín Ghetto

Every day for 30 days we will be featuring a museum object that has inspired or intrigued us, in the hope that “an object a day keeps the doctor away.” We love creating exciting, meaningful storytelling through engaging experiences, but still firmly believe that it is hard to beat the thrill of being in the presence of authentic artefacts. Today’s object is: children’s drawings, Terezín Ghetto.

These pictures are often all that is left to commemorate these children’s lives
Sat 18 Apr 2020 Opinion

An object a day #10: Tipu’s tiger

Every day for 30 days we will be featuring a museum object that has inspired or intrigued us, in the hope that “an object a day keeps the doctor away.” We love creating exciting, meaningful storytelling through engaging experiences, but still firmly believe that it is hard to beat the thrill of being in the presence of authentic artefacts. Today’s object is: Tipu’s tiger.

‘Tipu’s tiger’ is one of the most popular exhibits at the Victoria & Albert Museum, London
Fri 17 Apr 2020 Opinion

An object a day #9: Porcelain dragon dish

Every day for 30 days we will be featuring a museum object that has inspired or intrigued us, in the hope that “an object a day keeps the doctor away.” We love creating exciting, meaningful storytelling through engaging experiences, but still firmly believe that it is hard to beat the thrill of being in the presence of authentic artefacts. Today’s object is: a porcelain dragon dish.

This Northern Song (AD 960-1127) White Glazed Dish with Impressed Cloud and Dragon Design is on display at the Shanghai Museum