I hope this finds you all well. Spring is most definitely in the air and we hope that you are enjoying our new exhibitions throughout the Museum.
If you missed Catrin’s training lecture on our Nicholas Rena exhibition or would like to listen to it again, it is now available on the Volunteer Blog on the Volunteer Lectures Online page.
You can listen to it by clicking at the link below
As part of the Museums contemporary programme we have a very exciting project coming up in June with artist Laura Ellen Bacon. The project will allow Volunteers to work alongside Laura as she creates an amazing sculpture on the front of the Museum. More details can be found in this newsletter.
I hope that you have all had the chance to welcome Charlie to the team. We have heard that Georgie is doing well and enjoying London and we enjoyed a brief visit from Faunsia this week. Both pass on their best wishes.
The café manager Annalisa is leaving us and is going to work at the English National Opera in London running their bars and restaurants. Alessio who has been working in the Garden café for 2 years will be taking over as Manager form 1 April. I am sure that you will all join us in wishing her well.
Thank you all so much for baring with us during the maintenance in the Picture Gallery. There is more news on what is happening in this edition of the newsletter.
Thank you to those of you who have been feeding back about interpretation tools in the galleries. We are finding this all very helpful and would love to hear from more of you when you get the chance. If possible by 10 April?
Gwen John to Lucian Freud is doing brilliantly , thank you all so much for helping our visitors in the Roper Gallery.
Thank you all so much for all your continued support and hard work, it means so much to us. Please keep your feedback coming its really important to us
Your new rota is now online and can be viewed by clicking the link below
Thank you so much, see you all soon
Spencer, Steven, Josh and Charlie