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Sunday, 24 February 2013

Public Notice of Museum Events: 25th February to 3rd March.



London is offering you quite a few great Museum Events this week, want to know where and when?  Well here at the Ministry we have compiled a handy easy to print list.Print it, pin it, tweet it, eat it, do it, smell it. but don't lick it.



Monday 25th February. 



 Professional Bodybuilding and the Business of 'Extreme' Bodies: Exploring the Mr Olympia Competition in the Context of Las Vegas Leisure Industries @ Institute of Historical Research, Senate House.
5.15pm Free event.

Visual Representations of Female Identity in West Germany @ Courtauld Institute of Art. 
6pm. Free Event

How can the Arctic help find life on other planets? @ The Royal Society. 
6pm. Free Event

Nicholas Spice: Is Wagner bad for us? @ British Museum.
6.30pm. Cost £10

Talk: The Rise and Fall of London Transport @ London Transport Museum.
6.30pm. Cost £10

Art, the Archive and the Avant-Garde Asylum, c. 1890 - 1914 Sarah Chaney (UCL) & Nicholas Tromans (Kingston) @ The Monarch Pub for Art History in the Pub. 
7.30pm. Free Event (Beer not included!)

THE THIRD ANNUAL PUMA.SAFE SUSTAINABLE DESIGN LECTURE: PAUL PRIESTMAN @ Design Museum.
7.30pm. Cost £17


Tuesday 26th February. 


Colette Berbesque - A woman's work is never done: Hadza women's foraging reputations and reproductive success.
 @UCL Anthropology, Daryll Ford Seminar room.
4.30pm. Free Event.

Visualising Knowledge in Early Modern Europe Recipes and Images: Writing about the Visual, Visualizing Knowledge in Early Modern Antwerp. @ Courtauld Institute of Art.
5.30pm. Free Event.

EVERY GOOD THING: OBJECTS FROM THE PETRIE MUSEUM IN CELEBRATION OF LGBT HISTORY MONTH @ Petrie Museum.
6pm Free but book with eventbrite. 

The Great Unwashed @ Museum of London
6pm Free Event.

Homegrown Revolution @ Kew Gardens
7pm. Cosy £5.

British Wildlife Talks:Pine Marten @ Horniman Museum.
6.30pm


Wednesday 27th February. 

 RESEARCH SEMINAR: HISTORY OF PHOTOGRAPHY  Ubiquitous Photography: from Everywhere to ‘Everyware’@ Courtauld Institute of Art.
5.30pm. Free Event.

GRANT MUSEUM (NOT IN A) PUB QUIZ @ Grant Museum UCL.
6.30pm. Cost Free but register a team on eventbrite beforehand.

Were the Moon Landings Faked? @Natural History Museum.
7pm. Cost £5.50

Thursday 28th February. 


MAKING PROGRESS? @ UCL Petrie Museum
6pm. Free but prebook with eventbrite.
7pm. Free event, but book in advance.



Underground London: London Calling @ Bishopsgate Institute.
5.30pm

Death drawing with Art Macabre @ Museum of London
7pm. Cost £19

Late Lecture: The Corporation that Changed the World @ National Maritime Museum

Friday 1st March. 

'Belgium is the heaven over the earth and Antwerp is its sun': Descriptions of Antwerp in the seventeenth century @ Institute of Historical Research, Senate House. 
5pm. Free Event.

UNEXPECTED PLEASURES: Late at Design Museum
From 6.30pm. Cost £11.85

Curator's talk: Schwitters in Britain @ Tate Britain
6.30pm Cost £15

Late Shift @ National Portrait Gallery
6.30pm.

Philip Mould: Faking It @ V&A
6.30pm 

The shock of the old: art in the Ice Age @ British Museum 
6.30pm Cost £5.

LATE at the Library: Fashion Flashback @ British Library. 
6.30pm Cost £7.50.


Saturday 2nd March.


Army Medicine: From Leeches to Lasers (Part Two) @ National Army Museum.
10.30am - 5.30pm. Cost £15

Barbican Weekender: Brain Waves Part of Wonder: Art and Science on the Brain. @ Barbican
From 11am. Free Event.

Sunday 3rd March.

The Brainless Brothers @ Bethlem Museum.
2pm. Free Event.

Foundling Sunday @ Foundling Museum
2pm. Free Event with Museum Admission.

GalleryFilm: Aristocats (1970) @ Dulwich Picture Gallery.
3.30pm Cost £5.










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