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Wildlife Photograph competition – and the winners are…

Throughout the Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2015 exhibition at M Shed (28 November 2015 – 10 April 2016) we asked you to share your best wildlife photograph on Instagram for the chance to win exhibition goodies. We’ve really enjoyed…

‘death: the human experience’ celebrates 50k visitors

Amber Druce, co-curator of death: the human experience We’re celebrating 50,000 visitors to death: the human experience! There’s only three weeks left of the exhibition so if you haven’t seen it yet, now’s the time! Additionally, death: is it your rig…

Dealing with death as part of working life

Here one of the panelists for our Death Professionals in Conversation event, Su Chard, an Independent Funeral Celebrant takes us through what she does.

death: is it your right to choose?

The second death related exhibition, death: is it your right to choose? opens at Bristol Museum & Art Gallery on Saturday 23 January. It will look at end-of-life options in this country and focus on whether we should allow assisted dying to be legalised.

Wildlife Photograph competition

To celebrate the opening of Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2015 at M Shed, we’re running our own mini competition for all you photography (and wildlife) enthusiasts. Send us your best wildlife photos over on Instagram and you could win some fan…

New Expressions 3: Wood and Harrison / Erdkunde

Emily Cooper, who is currently studying UWE MA Curating and working with us on Erdkunde: The Study of the Earth, takes us behind the scenes of the exhibition.

Sir David Attenborough lends a giant egg to M Shed

A very special loan features in the exhibition Nature, Camera, Action! The secrets of making incredible wildlife films at M Shed. Sir David Attenborough, probably the best known and most widely respected wildlife presenter in the world, has lent us his …

Behind the camera with Charlotte Scott

Charlotte Scott, Producer / Director at BBC Natural History Unit takes us behind the camera and describes what it’s like to make wildlife films… I currently work at the BBC Natural History Unit in Bristol and last year I had a phone call sa…