How does MoDA use innovative methods to ensure that people learn from our collections?
Digital is a hot topic in the cultural sector these days. MoDA's Collections Manager, Sian Woodward, looks at how digital tools and ways of working are helping MoDA to achieve strategic goals.
MoDA's Head of Collections, Zoe Hendon, discusses how the museum's collections are used extensively to support active learning.
Watch this space, as we'll be launching the podcast “That Feels Like Home” in January 2020...
Find out about recent projects involving MoDA's collections
How can walking help with thinking? What happens when you take a different route?
A project to focus on katagami as a source of inspiration for artists and designers, both historically and today
Find out about recent exhibitions that featured items lent by MoDA
Some of MoDA's Enid Marx items are on loan again, this time to the John Hansard Gallery in Southampton
MoDA lends items to an exhibition at the House of Illustration in 2018 on textile designer, illustrator and printmaker Enid Marx (1902-1998).
2017 was an opportunity to see Japanese stencils on show at Leeds University
Find out more about recent and forthcoming conservation projects
The beginnings of a conservation project on some early Japanese photographs
Fifty six important stencilled textiles, grasspapers and wallcoverings from MoDA's Silver Studio Collection are now available to students and researchers, following the completion of a major conservation project.
Find out how we made some of our extensive wallpaper collections more accessible.