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Egypt at the Manchester Museum

  • Curator’s Diary, March 2016: Examining coffins and the display of ‘beauty’
    I recently visited two current Egyptological exhibitions. The first was ‘Beyond Beauty: Transforming the Body in Ancient Egypt’ at Two Temple Place in London. ‘Beyond Beauty’ presents a diverse range of objects from small Egyptology collections around the UK, with … Continue reading →
    Posted on 24 March 2016 | 9:24 am
  • Because that’s how we (wrap and) roll!
    Originally posted on Ancient Egyptian Animal Bio Bank: On Thursday 25th February, a momentous event took place at Manchester Museum. Crowds gathered to witness a theatrical spectacle; this time it wasn’t a mummy ‘unwrapping’, but a mummy ‘re-wrapping’. Over 400…
    Posted on 23 March 2016 | 11:21 pm
  • Experiential Mummification #1
    Originally posted on animalmummylab: As part of our research for The Leverhulme Trust, the BioBank Team have mummified several bird cadavers using experiential methods seen in the ancient mummies (Fig. 1) (kindly provided by the Natural History Museum Bird group, Tring and…
    Posted on 16 March 2016 | 4:08 pm

Palaeo Manchester

  • Transformations #MMClimateControl
    Nothing ever stays the same, things are always changing be it our Museum displays, our cities and towns, or the natural world around us. The next part of our #MMClimateControl Social Media campaign in the lead up to our Climate Control exhibition is looking at how the world has changed in the past and what […]
    Posted on 26 February 2016 | 4:01 pm
  • Memories of snow #MMClimateControl
    Do you love snow as much as I do? Share the joy with us using #MMClimateControl I just love the incredible sense of transformation when the first flakes start falling and the world around us looks utterly different! We are gathering memories of snow as part of the build up to: Climate Control, A long […]
    Posted on 11 February 2016 | 12:02 pm
  • Climate Control, A long British Summer of exhibitions and events #MMClimateControl
    We hear about climate change on the news and in the newspapers. How the ice caps are melting and how it is happening now. What can we do about climate change, individually and collectively? Is it too late? Is there any point trying? What do people want to do? Climate change is happening all around […]
    Posted on 11 February 2016 | 11:38 am


  • Wired and Wild
    Tomorrow sees the launch of our new environmental education project ‘Learning with Lucy’, which is aimed at primary school aged children. Apart from working with Short form, who produced our videos for that project, we have also been working with Salford University to produce other films aimed at the same age group. One such project involves ‘Wired […]
    Posted on 26 January 2016 | 8:31 pm
  • Back from the brink
    Its amazing how some things pushed to their limits can bounce back better for it and even stronger than before in no time at all. Last weekend I took time out to plant a new Biorb i’ve had sat around for a while with some small orchids that have been sat on my bathroom window […]
    Posted on 24 January 2016 | 8:22 pm
  • Cold climate carnivores
    This winter has been far too wet and windy in England, but here in Sweden there’s thick snow on the ground and it really feels like a proper winter should. Some areas in Sweden over the past few days have reached 46 degrees below freezing, but here in Nordens Ark, just a chilly minus 14! […]
    Posted on 10 January 2016 | 8:46 pm

Learning at Manchester Museum

  • Interpretation from Re-Creation: Clarendon Sixth Form Photography Display
    We are proud to present our annual photography display from one of our partners – Clarendon Sixth Form – called “Interpretation from Re-Creation”. As usual, all of the students were given a tour of various sections of the Museum stores by our fabulous curators and had chance to explore the Museum’s galleries and find elements that […]
    Posted on 4 April 2016 | 3:37 pm
  • Join Manchester Museum’s Junior Youth Board
    Manchester Museum’s Junior Youth Board is an enthusiastic group of young people who volunteer at the Museum. They meet at the Museum once a month on a Saturday. It is a great opportunity to see what goes on behind the scenes, explore the many aspects of the Museum while meeting new people and having fun! The […]
    Posted on 12 January 2016 | 3:41 pm
  • Museum-inspired computer game characters
    Before the festive break, we were delighted to support a Games Development project called ‘Chimera’, undertaken by first year Level 3 BTEC students at Preston’s College. Their brief called for a creature to be designed for use in a video game. The creature needed to have some biological basis in reality to create the illusion of […]
    Posted on 4 January 2016 | 2:41 pm

Herbology Manchester

  • Managing the marshes of S’Albufera
      For many years the students on the Comparative and Adaptive Biology field course in Mallorca have visited the strandline and salt marsh plant communities at the Albufereta Nature Reserve on the Bay of Pollença. This year, however, we went for a tour of the S’Albufera wetland (a Ramsar protected site of international importance) by Gaspar, one of the […]
    Posted on 21 April 2016 | 1:00 pm
  • What Is a Plant, and Why Should I Care? part one
    Originally posted on awkward botany: I want to tell the story of plants. In order to do that, I suppose I will need to research the 4 billion year history of life on earth. And so I am. Apart from satiating my own curiosity, studying and telling the story of plants advances me towards my…
    Posted on 20 April 2016 | 2:19 pm
  • Baking botanists in the Cala de Bocquer
      Yesterday saw a group of first-year undergraduates braving the baking Mediterranean sun for the first day trip of the Comparative and Adaptive Biology field course. The Bocquer Valley near the town of Pollenca is a great place to look for Mallorcan endemic ‘hedgehog’ plants Teucrium subspinosum and Astragalus balearicus. While the students investigated the […]
    Posted on 30 March 2016 | 12:00 pm


  • Petra, Borders & Boundaries
    This is the last film in my current thematic collecting and migration series, many thanks to Dr Petra Tjitske Kalshoven, lecturer in Social Anthropology at The University of Manchester, for participating. In 2016 I’ll be back with more thematic collecting films!
    Posted on 9 December 2015 | 9:33 am
  • Tracey, Manchester & Multiculturalism
    Here’s my second Thematic Collecting short film featuring Tracey Zengeni. Tracey’s collaborated with Manchester Museum over several years on a multitude of projects and it was fascinating to hear her thoughts: I’ve got one more film to share with you from … Continue reading →
    Posted on 3 December 2015 | 2:28 pm
  • Isabelle, Museums & Migration
    As part of our Thematic Collecting project I’ve captured the thoughts and opinions of several of Manchester Museum’s collaborators. First up is Isabelle Cox: Over the next few of days I’ll upload a couple more, watch this space!
    Posted on 26 November 2015 | 11:15 am

Nature Manchester

  • Dear diary
    Most of the last week was spent on various aspects of our ‘Climate Control’ exhibitions and events, which open at Manchester Museum on the 11th May. These are our main contribution to Manchester’s time as European City of Science. Climate change was a perfect topic for us: everyone has heard something about it, its complicated, […]
    Posted on 17 April 2016 | 2:39 pm
  • Do Manchester’s parks matter to you?
    Manchester has some great parks, providing people with a space to relax or exercise, to spend time with friends or get away from people, to walk the dog, listen to birds, feed the ducks, lots of things. Parks in towns and cities are enormously popular: people made 778 million visits to urban parks in 2014 (according […]
    Posted on 16 April 2016 | 6:39 pm
  • Voyage to a Russian ghost town in the Arctic
    As part of my visit to Spitzbergen last October, we had a trip to Pyramiden, an abandoned Russian mining community about four hours’ sail from Longyearbyen. The scenery was amazing, with the jagged mountains that give Spitzbergen its name on either side of the fjord. The weather was cold (it is the Arctic), with a biting […]
    Posted on 15 April 2016 | 7:27 pm

Ancient Worlds

  • Humans in Ancient Britain: Rediscovering Neanderthals Exhibition
    Preparations for Manchester Museum’s newest temporary exhibition are well in hand and we have spent the last few days installing Humans in Ancient Britain: Rediscovering Neanderthals ready for the Private View opening on the evening of 21st April. It must be a good 18 months or so since the Natural History Museum contacted us to […]
    Posted on 22 April 2016 | 12:26 pm
  • Conserving Neanderthals
    As part of the preparations for Manchester Museum’s latest exhibition Humans in Ancient Britain: Rediscovering Neanderthals, which opens today (22nd April 2016), Mlle Loren Souchard conserved three plaster casts of Neanderthal skulls dating from the end of the 19th century. Their condition, although good overall, required conservation treatment in preparation for the exhibition, and research allowed […]
    Posted on 21 April 2016 | 3:25 pm
  • Discovering Senenmut: An exciting Egyptian find at Manchester Museum
    Originally posted on BM International Training Programme: Campbell Price Curator of Egypt and Sudan Manchester Museum Making new discoveries is one of the most exciting aspects of working with Manchester Museum’s collection from Ancient Egypt and Sudan. Finding links with the British Museum’s much larger collection has enabled new identifications of objects previously overlooked. This…
    Posted on 17 December 2015 | 11:00 am

Entomology Manchester

  • Butterfly migrations, an interview with Prof Laurence Cook of the University of Manchester
    Do butterflies migrate and if they do how long distances are they able to cover? How many British Lepidoptera species do migrate to the country? Why do butterflies and moths migrate? These and other questions related to migratory species of Lepidoptera (butterflies and moths) were discussed with an expert, Prof Laurence Cook of the University […]
    Posted on 6 October 2015 | 11:03 am
  • A poem inspired by a visit to the Manchester Museum
    Writing a poem seems to be a mystery for many people, and it is indeed an act of creativity by those who are able to observe the world within or around them and to perceive it in a new way. A poem can be about anything, from old love memories to a crawling bug; it […]
    Posted on 7 September 2015 | 2:07 pm
  • An unusual dweller of British caves, a story of the Brown Trout
    The Brown Trout (Salmo trutta) is a European species of salmonid fish, which consists of two distinct forms. One of them is purely freshwater, referred to Salmo trutta morpha fario; another is known as the Sea Trout (S. trutta morpha trutta) that migrates to the oceans for much of its life and returns to fresh […]
    Posted on 1 September 2015 | 2:57 pm

New Light on Old Bones

  • Destruction and preservation in museums
    Myna Trustram writes… To further pick up on David’s post, ‘Honesty and illusion in museums’: I think that one of the things we do to shelter ourselves from the reality of death is to run museums. You might say then … Continue reading →
    Posted on 12 September 2011 | 9:00 am
  • Unrealised Proposal for Cadavre Piece, 1970
    Myna Trustram writes… David’s post about the display of dead bodies – whether animal or human – put me immediately in mind of a possible future exhibition at Manchester Art Gallery where a dead human body will be displayed. Those … Continue reading →
    Posted on 5 September 2011 | 9:00 am
  • Honesty and illusion in museums
    Twitter is brilliant for finding out about really interesting stuff you may otherwise have missed. In the last couple of weeks, to really interesting examples of museum NS displays have been brought to my attention. The first, from Elee Kirk … Continue reading →
    Posted on 29 August 2011 | 9:00 am

Dinosaur CSI

  • Santa Claws bursts free at the College of Charleston!
    Twas the night before Christmas, when all through the 'College'not a creature was stirring, not even a dinosaur.....The stockings were hung by the chimney with care,in hopes that a palaeontologist soon would be there.
    Posted on 24 December 2015 | 10:33 pm
  • Dizzy, Dazed, Diamond and Dinosaurs
    These past few months have been a little hectic, with a combination of fieldwork, teaching, PhD students completing, research and synchrotron time (above, Nick, Roy and Victoria contemplate a white-noise free environment). All this is splendid fun, but time has become a rare commodity to be carefully managed...when possible!The Cheltenham Science Festival in the Summer seems to be the last time when our team had a 'break'...but even then that involved over 15,000 folks coming to talk to us about [...]
    Posted on 4 November 2015 | 12:35 pm
  • Yorkshire’s oldest new addition to the ‘Jurassic World’
    Our team from the University of Manchester have identified Britain’s oldest sauropod dinosaur from a fossil bone discovered on the Yorkshire coast. The vertebra (backbone) originates from a group of dinosaurs that includes the largest land animals to have ever walked on Earth. This new sauropod dinosaur, from the Middle Jurassic Period at about 176 million years old, was found near Whitby, Yorkshire, after it fell out of a cliff face. This find represents the earliest skeletal reco [...]
    Posted on 1 June 2015 | 9:11 pm

Whitworth Parklife

  • Archaeology dig features in new display board in Whitworth Park
    Exciting news! Our new information board featuring information about the Whitworth Park Dig is now on display in Whitworth Park. It is part of a new series of display boards created by the Friends of Whitworth Park. And it contributes … Continue reading →
    Posted on 13 August 2015 | 12:20 pm
  • X-ray images of the gun we found
    Hi everyone, Remember the gun that we found in the boating lake deposits during the Whitworth Park dig? It was so heavily corroded it was difficult to make out it’s precise shape let alone any maker’s marks.Well here are the … Continue reading →
    Posted on 13 August 2015 | 11:52 am
  • “Whitworth Park – then and now.”
    A new public leaflet to help visitors imagine Whitworth Park’s rich past! Here is the new leaflet I promised. It was designed with the idea of giving visitors a window into past landscapes. Just go to the points on the … Continue reading →
    Posted on 4 August 2015 | 8:45 pm

Manchester Museum Youth Board

  • Take Me Back to Manchester Exhibition
    You may be familiar with Manchester Museum’s elephant, called Maharajah, who lived at Belle Vue Zoo in Manchester in the 1870s. Maharajah walked, with his trainer Lorenzo, from Edinburgh Zoo to his new home in Manchester. Oliver East retraced Maharajah’s … Continue reading →
    Posted on 9 April 2016 | 12:51 pm
  • Visit to Zoology Stores and Consulting on Climate Control
    Hi Everyone! At this month’s meeting, the youth board were given a tour of the Zoology Stores by Henry McGhie, who is curating the forthcoming Climate Control exhibition which opens in May 2016. Henry has a background in ecology and … Continue reading →
    Posted on 27 February 2016 | 9:38 pm
  • Conservation Visit
    In the December meeting, we were also shown around the Conservation Department by Irit Narkiss. Conservation of museum specimens is, as Irit told us, essentially trying to manage the effects of entropy. As over time, things will always become more … Continue reading →
    Posted on 8 January 2016 | 9:48 pm

Student Engagement Manchester

  • Announcing: The Student Weekender Programme
    Download the Student Weekender programme here!  
    Posted on 31 October 2013 | 4:09 pm
  • Announcing: The Student Weekender 2013 (8-10 November)!
    The Student Weekender 2013 (8-10 November) is a weekend of art, music and cultural events happening along Manchester’s student corridor (Oxford Road). Come and find out what’s happening on your cultural doorstep during the Student Weekender. The student corridor is home to some of Manchester’s most iconic and forward-thinking cultural destinations. Manchester has artistic, architectural, musical, theatrical […]
    Posted on 16 October 2013 | 11:00 am
  • Would you like to be a Student Curator for Wonders of the Natural World Student Social at Manchester Museum?
    Role: Student Social Curators For Student Event: Wonders of the Natural World Student Social, Saturday 9th November, 7-10pm. Would you like to co-curate ‘Wonders of the Natural World’ a late night opening at Manchester Museum for students with live amphibians, music, workshops and natural world wonders to celebrate the re-opening of the vivarium? I am […]
    Posted on 8 October 2013 | 1:58 pm

Cultural Wonders In The Mix

  • Cultural Wonders In The Mix: Soundscapes, Music and Films
    I’m excited to announce that all of the soundscapes, remixes and films have now been uploaded, so have a listen and look at the University of Manchester’s cultural wonders in new ways.  
    Posted on 17 October 2013 | 2:17 pm
  • In The Mix Hack Weekend Photos
    The In The Mix Hack Weekend brought together computer programmers, composers and museum staff together to explore the potential of the soundscapes, remix and Manchester Museum data sets to animate collections and exhibitions and visitor experiences  in museums and galleries. This ranged from creating laser cut rumble strips of sound waves (from soundscapes) to site-specific […]
    Posted on 17 June 2013 | 10:00 am
  • Come to In The Mix Hack Weekend (7-9th June) at MadLab!
    Are you In The Mix? Are you a sound hacker, audio producer, or developer who’s keen to play with Manchester’s richest auditory dataset? Will your hack win one of our exclusive prizes? Manchester has some fantastic museums and galleries; from Manchester Museum to the Whitworth Gallery – but also including the iconic Jodrell Bank and […]
    Posted on 3 June 2013 | 11:48 am

Museum Meets

  • Edible or Deadible?
    Last month’s Urban Naturalist event was hosted by David Winnard, an incredibly knowledgeable local naturalist and expert forager. We were treated to a comprehensive introduction to the poisonous and edible plants and fungi of Greater Manchester. David began the event with some samples of the sumptuous drinks he produces from foraged ingredients which immediately perked […]
    Posted on 21 April 2016 | 4:32 pm
  • Urban Naturlist
    Friendly, practical workshops run by leading naturalists. From wild food-foraging and composting to bird song and insect identification, explore biodiversity on our doorstep. This month’s workshop on Sunday 24 April 2-4pm,  will take a look at the relationship between people and nature in cities, and explore ideas around community engagement. Join Dr Luke Blazejewski, a […]
    Posted on 15 April 2016 | 5:20 pm
  • Last Day of March – Sonorous Matter & Siberian Stories
    On the 31 March the Museum is open for After Hours, where there will be two events where writers and musicians have been inspired by the Museum’s collections. Siberian Stories 6-7pm An evening presentation by Rebecca Hurst, Manchester Museum’s Researcher in Residence. Inspired by the Museum’s 2014-2015 Siberia exhibition, her work has focused on creating […]
    Posted on 27 March 2016 | 1:40 pm

Conservation at The Manchester Museum

  • Safe Storage of Curare Pot
     We have many hazardous objects within our collections, The Botany department had asked me to have a look at a small bowl earthenware bowl which contained Curare, and to pack it for safe storage. Curare is the poison used on the tips of poison arrows, and is found in Peru and Ecuador.  It is derived […]
    Posted on 13 February 2014 | 2:16 pm
  • Museum No.6
    Last weekend we became Museum No6 as we attended Festival No6 which is held each year in Portmeirion in North Wales. We had a room in the village Town Hall and took along some museum objects to show the festival attendees! The skull is to go into our forthcoming Siberia exhibition in 2014.   We […]
    Posted on 25 September 2013 | 1:51 pm
  • Lovely Lacquer
    One of the engaging projects I have and the opportunity to work on over my internship has been a lacquered tray from Japan. Lacquer, or urushi as it is called in Japan, is a natural tree extract which hardens to a glossy film in a warm humid environment. The tray I worked on had pieces of […]
    Posted on 24 June 2013 | 12:09 pm

Connecting With Collections

  • Collection Bites with Jade Mellor
    Here in the Collections Study Centre at Manchester Museum, we not only provide a space for visitors of all ages to learn more about our diverse collections, but many events […]
    Posted on 25 June 2014 | 11:23 am
  • Merry Christmas from the CSC
    Christmas is here so the Collections Study Centre will be having a little break, we re-open on the 6th January 2014. Merry Christmas from Sally and Paul.
    Posted on 20 December 2013 | 12:48 pm
  • Out of the Woods
    The latest display has been installed in the Collections Study Centre; Out of the Woods has been curated by MA Art Gallery and Museum Studies (AGMS) students from the University […]
    Posted on 16 December 2013 | 2:20 pm

Stories from the Museum Floor

  • Humans in Ancient Britain: Rediscovering Neanderthals Exhibition
    Originally posted on Ancient Worlds: Rediscovering Neanderthals exhibition at Manchester Museum Preparations for Manchester Museum’s newest temporary exhibition are well in hand and we have spent the last few days installing Humans in Ancient Britain: Rediscovering Neanderthals ready for the Private View opening on the evening of 21st April. It must be a good 18…
    Posted on 29 April 2016 | 9:51 am
  • Saint George, the Dragon Slayer
    Myths and legends are filled with tales of fabulous beasts and tales of the bravery of larger-than-life heroes. The quests of knights to find treasure and slay dragons fill medieval grimoires and children’s storybooks alike. Some of these legends have been told, lost and forgotten over the centuries, but some have been preserved, in the […]
    Posted on 23 April 2016 | 11:34 pm
  • Ancient Egypt Glossary #2 – Tombs etc.
    In part 2 of our jargon-busting series, Becca explores where the ancient Egyptians buried their dead … And see part 1 for coffins, sarcophagi and cartonnages! Ancient Egypt Glossary #2 – Tombs etc. In ancient Egypt when someone died and was mummified, they needed to be buried. As we have already established, keeping the dead, […]
    Posted on 22 April 2016 | 9:27 am

Archived blogs

Lindow Manchester

  • Commemoration of Lindow Man at Lindow Moss (guest blog by Chiara Zuanni)
    On the 1st August, it was the 30th anniversary of the discovery of Lindow Man, who was found during peat-cutting at Lindow Moss. To commemorate the event and raise awareness of the current state of the bog a walk was organised by Wilmslow Transition Group, on the early morning of Saturday 2nd August. As a […]
    Posted on 12 August 2014 | 11:05 am
  • Offerings in the Lindow Man exhibition
    During the consultation in advance of Lindow Man a Bog Body Mystery it was suggested that the Museum include an offerings box so that those who wished could leave an offering to honour Lindow Man and the ancestors. The Museum felt it was important to respond positively to the public consultation and to facilitate the leaving of material […]
    Posted on 7 August 2014 | 9:21 am
  • Lindow Man’s 30th Birthday
      It is surpassing strange to thank that it is already thirty years since the discovery of the body of Lindow Man. Peat diggers at the Lindow Moss site near Wilmslow to the south of Manchester made a most macabre discovery: a human leg turned up on their peat conveyor belt. Some years previously a local woman […]
    Posted on 1 August 2014 | 5:10 pm

The Manchester Museum Myths About Race Blog

  • Twenty per cent of British voters agree with BNP
    Twenty per cent of British voters agree with BNP 19 May 2009 New evidence has revealed that the extreme right in Britain is only realising a fraction of its electoral potential. Dr Rob Ford from The University of Manchester found … Continue reading →
    Posted on 19 May 2009 | 9:17 am
  • Deepening tolerance makes British Obama ‘possible’ says Putnam
    The UK has the necessary preconditions for the emergence of a black prime minister according to a joint study by Harvard University and The University of Manchester. The project, to be published in book later this year co-authored by writer … Continue reading →
    Posted on 26 March 2009 | 11:13 am
  • ‘Myths’ threaten racial harmony, say population experts
    Using previously unpublished evidence, Professor Ludi Simpson and Dr Nissa Finney from The University of Manchester show how repeated falsehoods about immigration, integration and segregation are misguiding policy and promoting racial disharmony. This is the basis of the authors’ new … Continue reading →
    Posted on 22 January 2009 | 11:01 am

Enquiremanchester’s Weblog

  • How’d the Young Curators do and what’s next….
    The young curators from Manchester Creative Media Academy (Boys) did a fine job of putting on exhibitions here at the Museum. They followed a creative curatorial process to design exhibitions, which would appeal to the diverse audience that visits The Manchester Museum. One group devised an exhibition for the ‘young children’ that frequent the Manchester […]
    Posted on 3 May 2011 | 5:01 pm
  • Coming soon…
    I’ll be putting together a new blog post next week…. I’ll be telling you how our Young Curators got on (amazingly!) and telling you what’s coming next for Arty things at the Manchester Museum. We have lots to report on the ‘direction’ of the Arts programming here. It’s all very exciting and will bring out […]
    Posted on 21 April 2011 | 4:51 pm
  • What’s going on…
    Hello everyone. My name is Dena Bagi, and I’ve recently taken control of the arty happenings here at Manchester Museum. I am really excited about the next few months – we have loads going on! Young curators have been let loose on the collection at the Museum, independent creatives will be exploring the Museum with […]
    Posted on 22 February 2011 | 1:49 pm

Manchester King Monkey...

  • Chinese Archaeologists Unearth 2,400-year-old ‘Soup’
    Posted on 13 December 2010 | 2:21 pm
  • Imperial Chinese Robes from the Forbidden City
    Posted on 2 December 2010 | 2:30 pm
  • A Little Piece of China in Ardwick
    On Friday 22nd October we installed  the China: Journey of the East off-site exhibition in the Manchester Chinese Centre, Ardwick. This is the fourth in a successful series of off-site exhibitions as managed by Andrea Winn Curator of Community Exhibitions. Jenny Wong, Director of the Manchester Chinese Centre, and some volunteers selected a number of […]
    Posted on 2 November 2010 | 3:35 pm

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