A new programme of short courses and lunchtime talks with the aim of promoting and preserving the objects, traditions and skills of the region.
Whether you want to find out more, develop a new hobby, learn a new skill or extend your knowledge and expertise, we offer a range of exciting, hands-on learning experiences for adults, making use of the Museum’s historic buildings and collections, our industrial landscape and the traditions and culture of the Black Country.
We have a range of courses that we offer covering themes including Historic Buildings and Monuments, Historic Artefacts, Art & Crafts and Traditional Food & Drink.
For further details visit: http://www.bclm.co.uk/whatson/heritage-skills-courses–talks-programme/7.htm
Here’s some of the courses coming up:
|April||30 April||Environmental Monitoring & Control||Bob Child|
|May||8 May||Understanding Historical Textiles||Alison Lister|
|13 May||Understanding Ceramics||Nick Berthoud|
|14 May||Mould & Pest Management||Bob Child|
|June||3 June||Social History of Tea||Nick Berthoud|
|11 June||Ethics in Conservation||Bob Child|