Creating and curating a special exhibition

Our current special exhibition, ‘Dear Harry…’ – Henry Moseley: A Scientist Lost to War, features many artefacts drawn from the collections of museums and archives around the country. Its stories and narrative attempt to convey something of the voice and character of Moseley himself; and some of the scientific experiments he conducted are revealed through computer animation.

Although our special exhibition gallery is quite a small space, mounting a show is nonetheless a complex, varied and often long process. So how does an exhibition like Dear Harry come together? Co-curator Dr Liz Bruton explains…

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