So whilst I am recuperating from another op I thought I would write a post about Baluster Jugs. I first came across these beautiful forms whilst I was studying for my MA. 194 more words
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Great feats of engineering and architectural works of beauty, the city bridges we cross everyday are as iconic to London as Big Ben and red phone boxes. 98 more words
During the London 2012 Olympics, I took part in a project for the Museum of London focusing on the ways Londoners experienced everyday life during the games, and exploring how the museum might curate digital content. 490 more words
Last Thursday, I went to the ‘Archaeology by Twilight’ open evening at the Museum of London Archaeological Archive in Hackney. Part of a summer series of tours and events at the archive, the evening included tours, displays of items, spoken word performances and a bar. 565 more words
For anyone around in London this weekend, 19th and 20th July, a very special event will be taking place.
The annual Tower Open Foreshore event is one of the only opportunities for people to get down onto the foreshore at The Tower of London, and it’s very popular indeed. 277 more words