by Louise Irvine Our Innovations gallery has a new exhibit of Royal Doulton’s Chang ware and returning visitors are all
David Burnham Smith (1937-2019) by Louise Irvine “A mask tells us more than a face” according to Oscar Wilde and
Chelsea Rousso’s wearable glass art is one of the museum’s main attractions in the Carnival & Cabaret exhibit and many
By Louise Irvine During Esther Underhay’s Elegant Harp recital at WMODA, her husband, Paul, challenged us to spot the harp
Watch the virtual premiere of Esther’s Elegant Harp performance at WMODA Read about the harp in ceramic art at
by Louise Irvine Magnificent wild beasts tamed by Zulu riders take us on a journey of exploration through Africa’s diverse
The Great Stink to the Great Smog by Louise Irvine The current pandemic prompted me to look back through the
by Louise Irvine WMODA visitors are dazzled by the spectacular crystal chandeliers hanging throughout the museum. The six Marie Therese
by Louise Irvine During lockdown, the more fortunate among us have found solace in our gardens, whether it be a
by Louise Irvine The current #CuratorBattle for the #CreepiestObject in a museum had us exploring WMODA for our scariest candidates.
From a Special Correspondent We have been wondering what’s going on at WMODA during the lockdown. As you know our
“Baskets was the first series that I did that really took advantage of the molten properties of the glassblowing process.