Take a look at the new galleries and exhibitions currently in the works at the Science Museum.
Tilly is Head of Collections and Principal Curator at the Science Museum.
Tilly Blyth, Lead Curator for Information Age, reflects on how the World Wide Web came into existence.
Tilly Blyth, Keeper of Technologies and Engineering, writes about the hidden histories of information. Information Age, a new £15.6m communication gallery, will reveal how our lives have been transformed by communication innovations over the last 200 years. Our new gallery on information and communications technologies, Information Age, will open in Autumn 2014. It will look at the development of our information networks, from the growth of the worldwide electric telegraph network in the 19th century, to the influence of mobile phones […]
This is undoubtedly our most famous painting: Philip J. de Loutherbourg’s 1801 ‘Coalbrookdale by Night’, a noisome depiction of the industrial revolution in all its terrible glory. Here are the ‘Bedlam furnaces’ in action – open coke hearths used for smelting iron, the visible face of a burgeoning coal industry. But if we dig a little deeper, we find a rich and little-known iconographic seam in the Science Museum’s art collection. For one thing, what de Loutherbourg saw at Coalbrookdale was […]
Tilly Blythe, Head of Collections and Principal Curator at the Science Museum, remembers Andrew D. Booth’s significant work in computing.
Head of Collections Tilly Blythe recaps BBC4’s latest Micro Men episode.