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Hogarth & The Art of Noise | An interview with Martyn Ware See our interview with acclaimed musician and producer Martyn Ware and discover how he created a specially-commissioned immersive soundscape for our exhibition Hogarth & The Art of Noise (24 May - 1 September 2019).
Fire Choir, a Foundling Fellowship project by Sam Lee Establish by Sam Lee as his Foundling Fellowship project, this ‘open to all’ community choir was dedicated to revitalising communal singing, with political empowerment and a sonorous means to protest at its heart. Highlighting social and environmental injustice, Fire Choir ...
Sea by Jodie Carey Commissioned by the Museum, artist Jodie Carey has created three new site-responsive installations in response to the Foundling Hospital story. Displayed within the exhibition gallery and amongst the historic Collection, these monumental pieces are imbued with a sense of remembrance ...
Fire Choir performance July 2018 Fire Choir is a community choir led by award-winning folk singer and Foundling Fellow Sam Lee, in partnership with The Nest Collective. Developed for Lee's Fellowship project, the community choir is dedicated to revitalising communal singing with political empowerment and ...
Lucky Button Michael Foreman talks to Foundling Museum Curator, Kathleen Palmer, about the inspiration and process behind his illustrations for Lucky Button, the latest book by Michael Morpurgo.
Art Happens campaign We're running an Art Happens campaign! Between 1 February and midnight on 5 March 2018 we need to raise £20,000 for our autumn exhibition Ladies of Quality & Distinction. This ambitious show will reveal the 21 extraordinary Georgian ladies whose ...
Picturing Hetty Feather Discover how writer Dame Jacqueline Wilson, and the creative team behind the CBBC Hetty Feather series, have used historical evidence and factual gaps to bring the nineteenth-century Foundling Hospital to life.
Child's Play: Interview with curator Kathleen Palmer Foundling Museum curator Kathleen Palmer introduces Child's Play, an exhibition of photographs by artist Mark Neville exploring childhood play.
BSL Tour of the Foundling Museum Learn about the history of the Foundling Hospital and the Museum’s historic Collection in a BSL tour lead by Edward Richards on Saturday 12 March 2017 at 14:00. Advanced booking essential, contact enquiries@foundlingmuseum.org.uk
This event is part of Disabled Access ...
Pablo Bronstein Artist Pablo Bronstein discusses his new work for the exhibition 'Drawing on Childhood', in which he responds to Henry Fielding's novel 'The History of Tom Jones, A Foundling'

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