At London’s Sir John Soane’s Museum, very little has changed since its founder, a successful architect, died in 1837. The site, consisting of his house, library and private museum, was donated to the nation in 1883 for the benefit of “’amateurs and students’ in painting, sculpture and architecture.” This gift came with three “descriptions” that […]
About Felicitas Sisinni Ganly
Felicitas is passionate for museums as spaces of intersection, able to create transformative experiences through processes of learning and collaboration with people. She has recently moved from London to Madrid, after working as an educator at Charles Dickens Museum.