Learning in Lockdown - Hannah swaps the museum office for home-working (and some new colleagues!)
Nick reflects on strategies to protect the Reaper against the elements during these times of lockdown and beyond.
The Scottish Fisheries Museum is delighted to announce the launch of Knitting the Herring, Scotland’s National Gansey Network.
Despite the fact that the schools were closed, we still received a huge number of fantastic entries to our annual art competition.
The Scottish Fisheries Museum is launching a new podcast project to document Scotland in lockdown from the perspective of the fishing industry, coastal communities, the marine science and conservation sector, the seafood industry and others.
The Museum’s Board of Trustees is seeking a Minutes Secretary, to take office upon the retiral of the present Secretary in August 2020
The Scottish Fisheries Museum receives vital funding support to open with confidence post-lockdown.
Simon reflects on seabirds during these times of Covid-19 and lockdown measures.
Open ONLINE: To mark the 75th anniversary of VE Day, we explore the role played by Scotland’s fishing communities during the Second World War.
The surprising role of “Outlander” in inspiring a career in maritime heritage