The Burrell Project Blog
We are sharing insights from members of the Burrell Project team on their roles on the project, what they enjoy about their jobs and sometimes their favourite objects from the collection. We'll update the page with a new edition every fortnight. We hope you enjoy finding out more about Team Burrell!
My Job with Laura Bauld
In this second edition of the Burrell Project blog, we're catching up with project curator Laura Bauld to find out more about her role on the project - read more.
My Favourite Object with Caroline Currie
In this edition, we're catching up with learning and access curator, Caroline Currie on her favourite object in the collection.
My Job with Fiona Macleod
In this edition, we're catching up with editor Fiona Macleod on her role on the Burrell project.
My Job with Susie Ironside
Visitor Studies Curator Susie tells us more about how her job involves working with different audiences to help shape the refurbishment of The Burrell Collection.
My Job with Louise Treble
We're staying with the visitor studies theme in this edition, as assistant visitor studies curator Louise explains how visitor research is continuing during lockdown. Find out more.
My Favourite Object with Rebecca Quinton
Research Manager Rebecca Quinton tells us more about a pair of silk bed valances with Royal connections.
My Job with Iona Shepherd
What does a Project Photographer do? Find out here with Burrell Project Photographer Iona.
Recent research with Tony Lewis
Curator of Scottish History, Tony Lewis shares an insight into his recent research of Sir William Burrell's involvement in the Glasgow International Exhibition in 1901. Read more.
My Job with Lucy Armitage
Digital Learning and Access Curator, Lucy tells us about her role in developing digital interpretation for the new displays at The Burrell Collection. Read more.
My favourite paintings with Suzanne Ross
Paintings Conservator Suzanne tells us about her two favourite paintings in the collection. Read more.
My Job with Glen Cruickshank
In this edition, Digital Technician Modern Apprentice Glen tells us what he enjoys most about his role on the Burrell Project. Read more
Upcycling in the 18th Century with Jo Meacock
Curator of British Art, Dr Jo Meacock, tells us how her recent research on a painting in The Burrell Collection shows that upcycling is not just a fad of the 21st-century. Read more
My Job with Filmmaker Debora Bottino
As a filmmaker on The Burrell project, Debora is involved in creating content for dynamic new displays, to share more of the stories behind the collection than ever before. More
My Job with Learning & Access Curator Caroline Currie
Curator Caroline discusses her role in the Burrell refurbishment project and has useful advice for anyone interested in a career in museums. More
My favourite object with Editor Fiona Macleod
Burrell Project Editor Fiona Macleod tells us about one of her favourite objects.
The Badge of the Bad Bishop with Ralph Moffat
Glasgow Museums' Curator of Arms and Armour, Ralph Moffat tells the story of a not-so-kindly bishop in 15th century England. More
The Warrior at the Top of the Stairs by Laura Bauld
Project Curator Laura Bauld tells the story of her favourite object - a Japanese woodblock print of Shoki, the Demon Queller. More
My Job with Stuart Lindsay from Kier Construction
Senior Site Manager for the Burrell Project, Stuart Lindsay, fills us in on his role on the refurbishment project. More
Fundraising for a major conservation project with Hannah Wilson
Senior Development Officer at Glasgow Life, Hannah Wilson, tells us about her role in securing funding to support essential conservation work on a magnificent 16th century tapestry. More
A small coin with an important history by Dr Anthony Lewis
Curator of Scottish History, Dr Anthony Lewis tells the fascinating story behind a small silver coin from the reign of Mary, Queen of Scots. More
Researching a Medieval miniature cradle with Stephanie de Roemer
Conservator of Sculpture and Installation Art, Stephanie de Roemer discusses her recent research on this beautiful 500-year-old miniature cradle. More