As the 26th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) draws to a close Katy Barrett, Curator of Art Collections, uncovers how rewilding and reforesting our planet can become our greatest ally against climate change.
Katy is Curator of Art at the Science Museum.
Curators Katy Barrett and Sarah Bond explore the connections between Jenny Holzer’s For Science and Medicine: The Wellcome Galleries for which it was commissioned.
Curator Dr. Katy Barrett reflects on the vibrant work of British artist Chila Burman, whose art has given light in a time of darkness and highlights the importance of Indian traditions within British identity.
Art curator, Katy Barrett, explores the art of engineering in a series of drawings by James Capper.
Sixty years on, Art Curator Katy Barrett reflects on the ‘Two cultures’ lecture and a new acquisition that challenges the ideas it presented.
On a wall at the Royal Observatory in Greenwich hangs a portrait of John Harrison on loan from the Science Museum Group (SMG) collections and Art Curator Katy Barrett tells us more about this intriguing man.