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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 Bethlem Museum of the Mind.
"Scaling the Citadel" curator Rebecca Lodge takes a deeper look at one of Stanley Lench's earliest works, "Dancing Cats."
A peek into the vibrant world of Stanley Lench, written by one of our volunteers.
Take a look inside Richard Dadd’s sketchbook and discover his Middle Eastern Journey.
This month's 'In the Frame' is written by Mansions in the Orchard Researcher, Dr Jennifer Walke.
Read this month's 'In the Frame' from Conservator, Jillian Gregory.
This month's In the Frame image can be purchased as an Advent calendar, as our Archivist explains...but be quick!
Read this month's 'In The Frame' from our former Registrar, Rebecca, who sadly left us last month for pastures new.
Find out more about the practice of visiting Bethlem in the 18th century.
Bryan Charnley was a British artist who sought to capture in paint the experience of schizophrenia. On the occasion of an upcoming exhibition at the Museum of t
Volunteer Dylan tells us his thoughts on Figgy Fox's intriguing work, 'Welcome to my Psychosis'.
This month's 'In The Frame' is kindly contributed by reader Jenni Lidyard, who looks at Valerie Potter's, 'Untitled'.