Art


Glenside: Mental Health Museum by Sophie Stammers

Glenside Hospital Museum

For those of you who have not yet visited the Museum, or are unable to get here, this post gives a real flavour of what to expect when you come. It originally appeared on Imperfect Cognitions, the blog run by researchers at Project PERFECT, a multidisciplinary team investigating issues in mental health, irrationality and wellbeing, […]

anwyl's lunatic asylum

unlocked

One day, two performances, 15 July at Museum

Glenside Hospital Museum

alldaybreakfast presents UNLOCKED a site-specific performance installation at Glenside Hospital Museum. Directed by Lily Mcleish An atmospheric site-specific performance in Glenside Hospital Museum, in the grounds of the former Bristol Lunatic Asylum. The performance gives voice to the patient, interweaving words found in the museum archives, accounts from former patients and experiences of people who […]


June 11 or June 12 Rare opportunity to draw in Museum

Glenside Hospital Museum

Drawing classes. An amazing opportunity to put pen to paper in the fascinating museum of the former Bristol Lunatic Asylum, led by a qualified teacher. Following the success of our the drawing class in February we have asked Caroline Pringle to return to the museum for two more occasions to run the class. A Sunday […]

portrait copy

Colin and Ann Blannin

‘Unlocked’ exhibition at the City Hall 20th-24th February 10am-3pm

Glenside Hospital Museum

  Alldaybreakfast with ‘Unlocked’, a Creative Seed Council funded project. The exhibition aims to engage audiences in discussion about mental health through art. Working as artists in residence at the Glenside Hospital Museum (which was formerly known as the Bristol Lunatic Asylum in the 1800s) the group developed the exhibition using the museum’s exhibits to […]