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Entangled: Art, Science and Quantum Computing (Part 2)

‘Entangled: Art, Science and Quantum Computing’ is a two part post by our guest blogger, Dr. Libby Heaney. The Digital Programmes Learning Team and the Digital Art section of the Word & Image department have been delighted to work with her and the System Research Group. Quantum Computer Artworks Georgia Ward Dyer copies the gestures […]

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Entangled: Art, Science and Quantum Computing (Part 1)

‘Entangled: Art, Science and Quantum Computing’ is a two part post by our guest blogger, Dr. Libby Heaney. The Digital Programmes Learning Team and the Digital Art section of the Word & Image department have been delighted to work with her and the System Research Group. Quantum Computer Art Collaboration Some of you may have […]

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Open Week in the Ceramics Residency Studio

Showcave, Bethan Lloyd Worthington

The Open Week marks the end of artist Bethan Lloyd Worthington‘s six month residency in the Ceramics Collections. The studio will be cleared for a display of new work, fragments and plans for future projects exploring landscape and place.

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“I am so jealous you work here!”

When a visitor says, “I am so jealous you work here”, it can’t get any better than that. The Victoria & Albert Museum is an iconic piece of Victorian, architectural magnificence, housing over 1500 years of impeccable history.  There is no other place like the V&A Museum in the world. From the moment you approach […]

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Family Art Fun Christmas and New Year

This Christmas the V&A Family Art Fun team ran a series of events to celebrate the season. From Monday 28 – Thursday 31 December, three times a day as part of Pop-up Performance, families met the Sugar Plum Fairy, a gingerbread soldier, the Mouse King and Clara and discovered the enchanting world of Christmas Crackers, […]

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The Tower of Babel – Shop of the Day 95

The Tower of Babel – Shop of the Day 95 Not sure if this is in my top 10.  But it is Sunday and therefore we have the Sunday theme to uphold.  Love this convenience store/grocer on the High St Thornton Heath. Check out the strap line.   ©Barnaby Barford 2014

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The Tower of Babel – Shop of the Day 94

The Tower of Babel – Shop of the Day 94 A pause in my top ten – it is after all FA Cup final today.  So we go to Carnaby Street and a mecca for ‘soccer’ fans where you can get everything and anything.  I wonder if they sell the ‘viva la fulham’ CD? If […]

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The Tower of Babel – Shop of the Day 93

The Tower of Babel – Shop of the Day 93 This one has got to be in my top 10, in my opinion the only place to get your threaded requirements in London.  Super helpful, old school hardware store that always always always has what you need no matter what sort of bolt, nut, screw, […]

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The Tower of Babel – Shop of the Day 92

The Tower of Babel – Shop of the Day 92 This one has got to be in my top 10 for jaw drop value alone. When I photographed this shop on Bethnal Green Road, I thought it was a cat specific pet shop or a cat grooming parlour (?!). It is however a cat café! […]

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The Tower of Babel – Shop of the Day 91

The Tower of Babel – Shop of the Day 91 As we move towards the midway point of the 200 Shop of the Day countdown!!! (crickey that puts the wind up me) I thought I would give you my personal favourite 10 shops, in no particular order…today we find ourselves at 61 Brick Lane, Whitechapel […]

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