Jackie Keily, curator of Roman and pre-history, tells us about the extinct big beasts of London.
Beatrice Behlen, senior curator of fashion, tells us of her quest to find the fashion houses of Lucile, a designer from the turn of the 20th century.
Secret Rivers curator, Tom Ardill, charts his journey along the course of the Tyburn river from Hampstead, through central London and on to the River Thames.
Lucie Whitmore, curator of fashion, tells us the story of a collection of vegetable-themed cloth dolls and their maker, writer and illustrator, Una Maw.
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The London Museum Development and Regional Collection Care teams based at the Museum of London offer support to London’s non-national museums through their Arts Council England funded programmes.
In London the MDO team will provide Accreditation support as part of their general advice giving role. Within this locally provided support there will be an increased emphasis
on a new business framework.
We are running a number of brand new programmes, for instance, Diversity Matters, Measuring Up and Family Friendly and continuing our key resilience programmes Survive and Thrive and Strong and Safe.
London Museum Development and Regional Collection Care training programmes will remain free and are open to everyone working or volunteering within London museums.