Award-winning Multaka-Oxford team supported by funding from Alwaleed Philanthropies
Now funded by a generous donation from Alwaleed Philanthropies, the award-winning Multaka-Oxford team brings the rich, diverse knowledge of people settling in Oxford – many through forced migration – to the History of Science Museum and Pitt Rivers Museums.
We want to work with a creative partner to take a fresh look at the Marconi collection and bring these groundbreaking inventions in wireless technology to life.
This is an open call to photographers and digital artists: can you to bring an imaginative visual approach to capturing images of the collection, telling their human and scientific story in a digital or online space?
Portrait artist and photographer Fran Monks sat down over Zoom with Izzy Treyvaud — one of our Gallery supervisors — to explore photography as a gateway to celebrating the extraordinary stories of 'ordinary' people.
Discover how Oxford University’s History of Science Museum and the Bodleian Libraries are joining forces to collect the stories of the Covid-19 pandemic — and the extraordinary responses to this global challenge across Oxford University.
You can join the Multaka team any time to enjoy Art, Music, and Craft: The Mosul Handbag — a jam-packed hour of fun family craft and activities—and learn about what may be the oldest handbag in the world!
Join our experts as they put a selection of our working scientific instruments through their paces. It's rare we have a chance to handle these objects, so we hope you enjoy seeing them come to life as much as we did.