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National Maritime Museum e-newsletter February 2011
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Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2011 call for entries 

 

An Evening with the Stars: Valentine’s Day 

 

Chinese New Year celebrations 

 

Yinka Shonibare weekend 

 

Waterline: Cruising Photography 1925-1970
Find beautiful Valentine’s gifts at nmmshop.com 

 

Youth advisors needed 

 

Evolving English at the British Library 

 

For the latest visitor information visit nmm.ac.uk/visit
Support the National Maritime Museum and help conserve collections and continue learning and community programmes. Become a Patron, Member or make a donation by visiting nmm.ac.uk/support-us  

Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2011 call for entries 

 

Amateur and professional photographers of all ages are invited to enter their most spectacular shots of the night sky. The winning entries will feature in the free Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2011 exhibition opening 9 September 2011.

Entry is free. Competition closes 13 July 2011.

For full terms and conditions and details on how to enter visit nmm.ac.uk

Visit Astronomy Photographer of the Year 2010 exhibition for ideas and inspiration.

Image: Fredrik Broms, Surrounded by Space, 2010 © the artist

An Evening with the Stars: Valentine’s Day 

 

14 February 2011

17.25, 17.30, 18.45, 18.50

Take someone special on the perfect date this Valentine’s Day. Watch the romantic Valentine Stars planetarium show, view the Moon through the 28-inch telescope and stand and gaze at the stars from the Prime Meridian of the World.

Royal Observatory, Greenwich

Advanced booking required. Age restrictions apply. Tickets £28.00 per person. For further information or to book tickets e-mail bookings@nmm.ac.uk or call 020 8312 6608

Image: Eagle Nebula © ESO

Chinese New Year celebrations 

 

25 February 2011

11.30 – 16.00

Celebrate Chinese New Year with a range of fun activities. Take part and explore the Chinese Community Archives, watch a shadow puppet workshop, make a wish boat and learn the beautiful Chinese ribbon dance.

National Maritime Museum

Admission free. Suitable for all ages. For further information visit nmm.ac.uk

 

Yinka Shonibare weekend 

 

26 – 27 February 2011

11.00 – 16.00

A weekend of free events celebrating Yinka Shonibare MBE’s artwork, Nelson’s Ship in a Bottle, currently on display on the fourth plinth in Trafalgar Square.

The weekend includes include a film screening, talks and origami workshops with a recreation of the Battle of Trafalgar.

Admission free. Age restrictions apply to some events. For further information and for full event details visit nmm.ac.uk

Image: Yinka Shonibare and a maquette of ‘Nelson’s Ship in a Bottle’ © James O Jenkins

 

Waterline: Cruising Photography 1925-1970

27 November 2010 – April 2011

This photographic exhibition provides a glimpse into the life of passengers and crews including conga lines, lifeboat drills and sumptuous feasts, alongside images of exotic destinations and holiday hi-jinx.

National Maritime Museum

Admission free. For further information visit nmm.ac.uk

Find beautiful Valentine’s gifts at nmmshop.com 

 

Celebrate Valentine’s Day by giving memorable gifts inspired by the sea, ships, time and stars at nmmshop.com.

From stylish necklaces to watch and compass cufflinks, give someone you cherish a gift they will love.

Visit nmmshop.com for ideas.

Youth advisors needed 

 

26 February 2011

 

12.00 – 14.30

 

The Youth Advisory Group is holding a recruitment day to encourage new members.

 

Have a voice in the Museum and learn how to make short films for forthcoming exhibitions, generate online content in creative workshops and gain valuable experience for your CV.

 

To find out more visit nmm.ac.uk or call 020 8312 6787.

 

Evolving English at the British Library 

 

Evolving English: One Language, Many Voices

Until 3 April 2011

Witness the roots of Old English, slang dictionaries, advertisements and newspapers from around the world come together to follow influences on the English language and see how it is still evolving today.

For further information visit bl.uk/evolvingenglish

Image: Evolving English © British Library

 

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