Events

FORTHCOMING EVENTS
(for details and booking forms, see Artefacts magazine or contact the Friends office)
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EVENT ICON KEY:
events-icon-annual-event Annual Event       events-icon-daytime-talk Daytime Talk       events-icon-evening-event Evening Event
events-icon-guided-tour Guided Tour        events-icon-outings Outing                    events-icon-science-shorts Science Short
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JUNE 2018
events-icon-guided-tour  Monday 4: Guided tour of the Dippy Exhibition – Lukas Large, Curator of Natural Science, Birmingham Museums Trust
events-icon-outings  Thursday 14:  ‘China’s First Emperor and the Terracotta Warriors’ – World Museum, Liverpool
events-icon-science-shorts  Tuesday 19:  ‘What’s the point of taxidermy?’ – Lukas Large
events-icon-outings  Monday 25: A Tour of Birmingham Cathedral’ – Jane McArdle
events-icon-evening-event  Tuesday 26:  ‘Fusion of the past and present – exhibitions at Blakesley Hall and Aston Hall’ – Deborah Smith

JULY 2018
events-icon-guided-tour  Wednesday 4:  Guided Tour: Curator Tour at Aston Hall: ‘Walls Have Ears: 400 Years of Change’ – Deborah Smith
events-icon-evening-event  Tuesday 10:  ‘Victorian Radicals: Birmingham’s Pre-Raphaelites on Tour’ – Victoria Osborne
events-icon-guided-tour  Friday 13:  ‘What the Victorians did for us’ – Jane Howell
events-icon-outings  Tuesday 17:  Powis Castle – National Trust
events-icon-guided-tour  Thursday 26:  ´The Staffordshire Hoard – Behind the Scenes´– David Symons

SEPTEMBER 2018
events-icon-science-shorts  Tuesday 11:  ‘‘When the bug bites…’ – Insect Pest Management at Birmingham Museums’ – Jane Thompson-Webb
events-icon-annual-event   Tuesday 11:  Friends AGM

OCTOBER 2018
events-icon-annual-event  Friday 5 – Monday 8:
 Weekend Away – Plymouth
events-icon-daytime-talk  Wednesday 17: ‘Titanic: Voyage into Destiny: Part 3’: Talk by Andrew Lound

DECEMBER 2018
events-icon-daytime-talk  Tuesday 4: ‘Titanic: Voyage into Destiny: Part 4’: Talk by Andrew Lound
events-icon-science-shorts  Tuesday 4:  ‘The City of Birmingham, preserving a steam locomotive’ – Dr Jim Andrew