Kathryn Hughes spent twenty years of her academic career researching the Victorians, before realizing that she didn’t know what it felt like to be a Victorian. She knew the facts, the dates and the statistics. She was able to analyse the political uprisings of the Chartists and assess Britain foreign policy, but unsure what it would feel […]
As part of the Young Journalist Academy I was given the opportunity to interview and watch BAFTA award winner Akala who was in Lincoln for Festival800.
Have you ever imagined what it would be like to visit your local museum after closing hours to see if there are any weird and wonderful goings on?
The subject of her talk at The Collection was her latest novel, The Vanishing Witch, set in 1381 during the reign of fourteen-year old King Richard II, focusing specifically on the suppression of the Peasants’ Revolt.
An internationally-renowned exhibition of the Modern Masters has opened in Lincoln.
I took a trip with a few of my peers to help the museum get technologically up-to-date with some new augmented reality software ideas.
“As a result of his injury, sustained at a crime scene three years before the opening of the series, he has to rely on his intelligence to bring down the villain, rather than an impressive pair of biceps, or an extensive arsenal of weaponry.”
An exciting exhibition opened recently at The Collection in Lincoln. Finally, after nearly 80 years of being kept out of the public’s view, visitors to the museum are now able to see an incredibly rare Mantua dress.
A group of sixth formers from Priory LSST have been spending their Saturday mornings putting together an interactive art publication that encourages young people to express their own opinion on art.