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Take part in a unique workshop with Lomography UK and get ready to use 36 frames of pure analogue film with a loaded Simple Use camera. Alternate shots and get creative with Colour Get Flash filters enabling you to tint your photographs with colour.
The Museum of London has an excellent history of collaborating with London's community of photographers and students of the craft. As such, we want to share content from our various collections with interested visitors.
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Join us next week for an expert panel discussion of the traditions and rites surrounding death during Roman times. The panel will discuss funerary rituals, beliefs and burial practices in London 2,000 years ago, followed by a Q&A.
Learn about the work, processes and ethics behind our latest exhibition, Roman Dead. You'll learn the different techniques of identifying biological profiles of skeletons, explore 2D and 3D facial reconstruction techniques and gain further insights from this unique and captivating collection.
The Museum of London is on the move. We want to tell the extraordinary story of London and Londoners in a new museum in West Smithfield, the geographic and historic heart of London, set in a suite of Victorian and 20th Century market buildings.
We'd like you to join us on this exciting journey. You can keep up to date on one of the biggest cultural projects happening anywhere in Europe by signing up to our New Museum mailing list, where we'll share updates, offers and news around this important new chapter.
Extreme training. Secret missions. Total dedication. Explore the hidden world of the Special Forces. Discover who these soldiers are, the skills they need, and the operations they've undertaken at this major new exhibition.
Charting the remarkable accomplishments of documentary photographer Tish Murtha (b. South Shields 1956 - d. 2013), this exhibition offers a tender and frank perspective on a historic moment of social deprivation and instability in Britain.