An annual series of seminars held at the Institute of Historical Research, aiming to disseminate new research in British maritime history.
8 October 2013-25 March 2014 (Tues)
Taking Turner’s late unfinished seascapes and sketches as inspiration, this course will explore the experimental nature of watercolour.
The Compass Lounge is displaying a number of objects relating to the Anglo-Dutch Bombardment of Algiers in 1816.
16 November 2013–18 April 2014
Alongside the exhibition Turner and the Sea, join us for a series of fascinating lectures which explore Turner’s extraordinary skill, his relationship with the sea, and some aspects of the personality of this unique character in art history.
6 March-10 April, Thursdays
Come on a fantastic tour of what you can see for yourself in tonight's night sky.
Shows daily (not 24-26 Dec)
This new show chronicles teams around the world competing to land a robotic spacecraft on the Moon for the first time in more than 40 years.
Shows daily from 1 March
The course has SOLD OUT.
22 April–3 June 2014 (Tues)
A baby-oriented tour of Turner and the Sea, suitable for parents with babies under one year old.
4 March and 1 April
Join us for a fascinating afternoon marking International Women’s Day, viewing manuscripts detailing the birth and short life of the First World War Wrens.
Saturday 8 March
Join Cutty Sark’s curator Jessica Lewis for a tour of the ship and her history.