Pierdom: Brighton Museum events

As part of the Pierdom exhibition at Brighton Museum and Art Gallery, we are hosting a series of short talks exploring the history of British Piers along with related artworks in the Museum’s collection.

All of the events are free to attend (with an admission ticket) and take place in the Pierdom Exhibition gallery.

Brighthelmstone, Sussex (1824) by Joseph M W Turner
A special opportunity to see Turner’s depiction of Brighton at the height of the city’s development, With Fine Art Curator Jenny Lund.
Tuesday 27 October 12:00pm – 1:00pm

Passion for Piers
Explore the personality, architecture and history of British piers made before 1914, With Explainer Jackie Marsh-Hobbs.
Tuesday 10 November 12:00pm – 1:00pm

Passion for Piers
Take a closer look at the history and architecture of the West Pier, with explainer Michael Carey.
Tuesday 22 December 12:00pm – 1:00pm

Passion for Piers
Explore the delights and disasters that feature in the history of British piers made after 1914, with explainer Jackie Marsh-Hobbs.
Tuesday 29 December 12:00pm – 1:00pm

More information about the Bite-Size Museum events can be found here.