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The Bethlem Museum of the Mind records the lives and experience and celebrates the achievements of people with mental health problems.

Current exhibition

Encased: the work of Cynthia Pell / (Mrs) Cynthia Weldon

21 March - 1 September 2018

Next upcoming event

Through Cynthia’s lens: from there to here

25 August 2018 • 14:00

Find out more about Objects of Obsession
Watch back over the interview
with Cornelia Parker
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The latest from our blog

In the Frame: “Numb” by Lisa Biles

28 July 2018
Art

Our work placement student (and aspiring artist) Shannon looked at "Numb" by artist Lisa Biles, the first artwork to greet you when you visit the Museum of the Mind. 

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Artist in Focus VIII - Cynthia Pell

18 July 2018
Art, Exhibitions

Find out more about the life and work of artist Cynthia Pell. 

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“Sleep” by Bryan Charnley

14 March 2018
Art

Celebrate World Sleep Day with Brian Charnley’s ‘Sleep’…..

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Bethlem
Museum of
the mind

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The Bethlem Museum of the Mind records the lives and experience and celebrates the achievements of people with mental health problems.

Our aim is to make our collections more accessible, and to provide accurate information to help in their interpretation.