Thu 16 Apr 2020 Opinion

An object a day #8: Foucault’s pendulum

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: Foucault’s pendulum at the Panthéon, Paris.

Foucault’s most famous pendulum hangs from the dome of the Panthéon in Paris
Wed 15 Apr 2020 Opinion

An object a day #7: 4213 cigarette stubs

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: 4213 cigarette stubs.

Orhan Pamuk established The Museum of Innocence named after his novel
Tue 14 Apr 2020 Opinion

An object a day #6: HSBC duress notes

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: HSBC duress notes.

Mon 13 Apr 2020 Opinion

An object a day #5: The Cathedral by Rodin

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 Cathedral by Rodin.

The Cathedral is on display in the Musée Rodin in Paris
Sun 12 Apr 2020 Opinion

An object a day #4: Rosetta Stone

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 Rosetta Stone.

The Rosetta Stone is on display at The British Museum in London
Sat 11 Apr 2020 Opinion

An object a day #3: James Island

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: James Island.

James Island is located at the mouth of the River Gambia