Wednesday 23 March 2016

UCL Museums - What's On

The Grant Museum
Happy Fifth Birthday!

"On the 15th March 2011 the Grant Museum 2.0* opened its doors to a new era. It was the day we begun our lives in our current home on the corner of Gower and University Streets. Permit me to be a little sentimental, but it was the start of something wonderful. It’s been an amazing five years in which our little museum has really grown in stature to be a significant part of London’s cultural offer. Here’s what’s happened over the last year, which I think it’s fair to say has been our best ever!" - Jack Ashby - Manager of the Grant Museum

(Taken the night we opened our doors to the Grant Museum in March 2011)
What's on at the Art Museum
11 Jan - 10 June Mon- Fri, 1pm-5pm
Art Museum, UCL

Revolution under a King features a selection of prints from the early, highly volatile years of the French Revolution, curated by Emeritus Professor David Bindman and Dr Richard Taws, in collaboration between UCL Art Museum and UCL History of Art.

What's on at the Petrie
Fri, 2 October, 11.30am-4.30pm
Wilkins North Observatory, The Quad, UCL

Join one of our wonderful Petrie volunteers for a lunchtime talk revealing the fascinating artefacts from the Amarna period in the collection. From brightly coloured faience beads and adornments to representations of the 'heretic' Pharaoh Akhenaten and his enigmatic wife Nefertiti journey back 3,000 years and immerse yourself in the treasures of Amarna. 
Drop-in, no booking required
020 7679 4138 |