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Wellcome Collection
12/08/2016 at 18:16. Facebook
Artist Sarah explores how her making process relates to the ideas of sanctuary and asylum.

A drop in the ocean: Sarah Carpenter

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Wellcome Collection
12/08/2016 at 14:06. Facebook
Who would you have painted on the bottom of your chamber pot?

Find out more about these portable toilets from the past.
Wellcome Collection
12/07/2016 at 18:05. Facebook
Tonight we are joining with BBC World Service to record Living with Animals.

Our question to you is about animal conservation:

Which animal would you save?
'Making Nature: How we see animals'

1 December 2016 - 21 May 2017

Examining the historical origins of our ideas about other animals and the consequences of these for ourselves and our planet.
The Jerry... The Jordan... The Thunderbox... The Looking Glass... The Piss pot...

Before flushable toilets, most had do make do with a humble portable toilet - more commonly known as a chamber pot.

Rob takes a look at a couple of decorative commodes from our Collection.
'Making Nature: How we see animals'

1 December 2016 - 21 May 2017

Examining the historical origins of our ideas about other animals and the consequences of these for ourselves and our planet.
COMPETITION TIME!

To celebrate the publication of ‘Animal Vegetable Mineral’, the beautiful hardback accompaniment to our new exhibition ‘Making Nature: How we see animals’, we’re offering you the chance to win a copy. You just need to answer one question:

Animal, vegetable, or mineral?

Take a look at the cropped black and white image and let us know whether it’s taken from an illustration...
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Amazing chance to see our brand new #MakingNature exhibition which opens tomorrow. Come after work on Friday and stay until 22.00.

Plus DJ from Antique Beat, cocktails and special menu in Wellcome Kitchen. Perfect Friday celebration + culture mix.

First Friday: Making Nature edition

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This week's blog post is a frank rollercoaster journey through nostalgia to fear and oppression as the Artist taxi Driver describes his experience of a drug and addiction service in one of his signature videos.

A drop in the ocean: Artist Taxi Driver

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"Sometimes it’s easy to forget that natural history is inherently unnatural."

Jack Ashby writes about the absurdity of natural history for The Conversation UK.

Making Nature: 1 Dec 2016 - 21 May 2017

The absurdity of natural history – or, why humans are 'fish'

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Join our editorial team!

We've recently covered topics as varied as mental health, vogueing, cats, stop-motion animation, Britney Spears, sleep paralysis, alchemy, sex and more.

Vacancy: Web Editor | Closing date: Sunday 11 Dec

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In the build up to #LivingWiththeLightsOn at the Young Vic Theatre, why not visit #BeyondBedlam and take part in other #Movember initiatives?

#Movember | 5 things to get you talking about male mental health this month

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David Beales confronts prejudice against people with mental ill health using informative illustrations.

A drop in the ocean: In the old asylums

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We can't wait for you to see #MakingNature and some of the amazing objects we've got coming in from different places. Opens 1 December!
Our major new exhibition opens 1 December 2016.

'Making Nature: how we see animals' brings together over 100 objects from literature, film, taxidermy and photography to examine the historical origins of our ideas about other animals and the consequences of these for ourselves and our planet.
We made the cut into the Londonist's top museum cafes!
Time for a cuppa and a piece of cake to celebrate...

London's Top Museum Cafés

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Drop by on 26 November for our Saturday Studio youth event: an introduction to print-making techniques. Then use what you've learned to create your own wellness campaign posters inspired by themes from our exhibition 'Bedlam: The asylum and beyond'.

Saturday Studio: print-making and poster-design

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Mike Jay's book "This Way Madness Lies" explores four centuries of society's care for the mentally afflicted, from madhouse to lunatic asylum.

A Visual Record of Four Centuries of Asylum Care

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