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A blog on the life of Dorothy Leese, patient at Bethlem 1887-1888, presented as part of our Change Minds Online project
A blog on the life of Arundel Shoard, patient at Bethlem 1887-1888, presented as part of our Change Minds Online project
A blog on the life of Leonora Mottram (nee Cane), patient at Bethlem 1887-1888, presented as part of our Change Minds Online project
For Museum Week, Glass Artist & Bethlem Gallery volunteer Xavier White recalls the day he joined a Museum of the Year photoshoot with Museum of the Mind staff
One of our most distinct archive voices is that of Joan Rosalind Gunther.
You may think that an escape from the locked wards at Bethlem would be an elaborately planned event, not so in the case of Lawrence Walkerlaw in 1813...
Hannah Gal talks to artist Charlotte Johnson Wahl about her art. "She is merely, completely, un-selfconsciously herself..an artistic force to be reckoned with."
In celebration of Volunteers Week 2019 we spoke to volunteer Cheryl about what it's like to volunteer at the Museum of the Mind.
An interview with Senior Dramatherapist Kate McCormack, who posed with her therapy dog Tess, for our exhibition 'House of Bread: Inside Bethlem Hospital'
Volunteer’s Week is a national celebration of all those people who give up their time to various organisations. This post looks at the lovely Bethlem Museum vol
In time for World Autism Awareness Week 2016, this month one of our Front of House volunteers reviews "The Reason I Jump" by Naoki Higashida, which is available
A peek into the vibrant world of Stanley Lench, written by one of our volunteers.