The Kilmarnock Edition: Robert Burns’ ticket to success

Jun. 8, 2017 by

Ally Beckett, Learning Officer, Robert Burns Birthplace Museum Few objects associated with Robert Burns are as well-known, or as instrumental to his fame, as the ‘Kilmarnock Edition’. Published on the 31st

Macabre Art and History in Aberdeen

May. 19, 2017 by

Jenny Pape, Aberdeen City Council In 2008 the entire collection of Aberdeen Gallery and Museums was designated as a Nationally Significant Collection by Museums Galleries Scotland. This Nationally Significant Collection

Style at Sea: A Night of Cocktails, Dancing and Glamour

May. 11, 2017 by

Chris Walker, Exhibitions and Events Officer, Scottish Maritime Museum It’s easy to get caught up in the scale of the giant Ocean Liners. Before air travel was common, these huge passenger ships

Heart, Cœur, Corazón: The Recognised Collection at the Heart of Surgeons’ Hall

Apr. 13, 2017 by

Chris Henry, Director of Heritage at Surgeons’ Hall Museums at The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh Working in an independent medical museum has many benefits, one of which is

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Telling Tales with Social Media

Mar. 22, 2017 by

Robin Chesters, Director, Almond Valley Heritage Trust We do social media. We don’t fully understand it, but know that it’s important. It’s essential to our marketing. It helps spread the