In 1999, artist Mark Dion and a team of local volunteers combed the forehsore of the river in front of Tate Modern, and Tate Britain. The collection of material remains, the artefacts buried within the Thames tells the story of London’s rich industrial and cultural history.
A fascinating museum that tells the history of the transatlantic slave trade through a narrative of resilience, survival and resistance. The fight for equality is continued by an active campaign against racism, discrimination and contemporary slavery.
Located in Cambridge, The Fitzwilliam has an internationally renowned art collection with Constables, Monets, Picassos and Turners, ceramics, glass and other national crafts.
Charleston is a seventeenth century Sussex farmhouse that, from 1916, was the home of the Bloomsbury Group which included artists, economists, art critics and writers.
This Museum houses the national childhood collection.
The Victoria and Albert Museum, London, is the world’s largest museum of decorative arts and design, housing a permanent collection of over 4.5 million objects.