Follow a 360° family fungi foray | Natural History Museum

Follow a 360° family fungi foray | Natural History Museum

My name’s Sophie, I’m the area ranger here at Springhill National Trust property at Moneymore. Springhill is what they call a plantation house, so it was built by planters who came over from Scotland in the 17th century. It’s made up of farmland, woodland, parkland, gardens and it would have been about 300 acres at…Continue reading Follow a 360° family fungi foray | Natural History Museum

Unexpected views: Aura Satz on ‘The Master of Saint Veronica’ | National Gallery

My name is Aura Satz. I’m an artist who works with film and sound. Many of my works centre on sound inscriptions, sound writing and playback. Because of this, I’m interested in women’s voices, in the ways in which they get heard or aren’t heard enough and need to be recirculated. Welcome, everybody. Thank you…Continue reading Unexpected views: Aura Satz on ‘The Master of Saint Veronica’ | National Gallery

Life in the Dark – behind the scenes | Natural History Museum

Life in the Dark – behind the scenes | Natural History Museum

At the Natural History Museum in London, the finishing touches are being made to an exhibition which explores life that exists in near-total darkness. The Museum is working with a specialist design studio to use video gaming technology to bring visitors closer to some of the most inaccessible environments on the planet. Life in the…Continue reading Life in the Dark – behind the scenes | Natural History Museum

Diving in the dark: exploring underground realms | Natural History Museum

Diving in the dark: exploring underground realms | Natural History Museum

We think we know our planet, but hidden below its surface is a dark and mysterious world. For me and for other cave explorers, we look into those black doorways and we see nothing but opportunity. Mountaineers often say that they climb mountains, because they’re there. We go into caves and go cave diving, because…Continue reading Diving in the dark: exploring underground realms | Natural History Museum