Staff Speak Articles

Dulwich OnView goes to Edinburgh

Last week, Ellie (Communications Manager at Dulwich Picture Gallery) and I had the opportunity to attend the MuseumNext conference in Edinburgh, Scotland. There were 17 speakers from 6 different countries, all discussing social media and the […]

Sketching Tours of London – explore the Capital’s inspiring landmarks

This summer Dulwich Picture Gallery is organising a special series of art classes stepping outside the boundaries of its South London home. On six Tuesday mornings between 31 May and 5 July join the sketching […]

The newest kids on the block now available at Dulwich Picture Gallery

Much loved design duo People Will Always Need Plates has been comissioned by Dulwich Picture Gallery to design a range of products to celebrate the Gallery`s Bicentenary year using the distinct line drawing and block […]

El Greco: the man who shaped Picasso`s aspirations

Seeing El Greco’s Vision of Saint John hanging on the main vista at Dulwich Picture Gallery this month is a sensational experience that should not be missed. As the Gallery does not have an El […]

Rockwell Competition: And the winner is…

No. Not just yet! Firstly, a huge thank you for all those people who came to see Norman Rockwell’s America at Dulwich Picture Gallery between 15 December 2010 and 27 March 2011. The exhibition has […]

“Boring, isn’t it” The Takeaway Rembrandt

Hello, its Alan again. Without doubt the most commonly asked question by visitors to Dulwich Picture Gallery while I was an attendant there was, “Which is the picture that is always getting stolen from here?”. Now when you […]

Galleries – “Boring, isn’t it” Part 3

Continuing the theme that some people, especially young ones, think art galleries are boring, I am often fondly reminded of the time spent as a Gallery Attendant at Dulwich Picture Gallery some twenty years ago. […]

Art Galleries……”Boring, isn’t it?” part 2

Continuing on the theme that some people, especially young ones, think art galleries are boring, I am often fondly reminded of the time spent as a Gallery Attendant some twenty years ago. Some of the […]

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