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Our latest exhibition at the Museum of St Albans has been curated by St Albans Camera Club.
An exhibition of photographs taken by members of St Albans Camera Club and students from the University of Hertfordshire, Oaklands College and eight St Albans’ schools.
The students’ pictures were submitted for a competition held by the camera club in conjunction with St Albans Museums and Galleries Trust, sponsored by Taylor Walton Solicitors.
The photographs in the exhibition reflect the broad range of interests of the club’s members as well as those of students who took part in the competition. Topics include wildlife, the theatre, travel, people, trains and landscape and underwater photography.
St Albans Museums put on a wide range of activities for people of all ages. Regular activities include demonstrations of the tactics and equipment of the Roman army, story telling and creative activites for younger children, talks and lectures.
We regularly take part in national celebrations such as the Festival of British Archaeology in July and Museums and Galleries Month in May among others, so be sure to check the calendar regularly.
Please note - whilst every care has been taken to ensure accuracy of the information contained in this diary, details may be subject to change and you are advised to check with the museum when finalising your arrangements.
This news blog is our newest way of keeping you up to date on everything that is going on at St Albans Museums, including exhibitions, events, news and the occasional glimpse at what it is like behind the scenes at our museums!
If you want to find out what you can see at the museums then have a look at our exhibitions page. As well as these permanent displays we have a programme of temporary exhibitions.
If you are interested in archaeology then don’t forget to keep up to date with the latest news from the museums' archaeological excavations.