15 November 2011 - 08 January 2012
Exploring the fragility of the human condition, fine artist Rozanne Hawksley, presents an installation exploring the Foundling Hospital’s original lottery admission and the philanthropic aims of George Frideric Handel and Thomas Coram.
08 November 2011 - 27 November 2011
Flourish returns to the Foundling Museum with a double exhibition featuring the compelling and accomplished creative output of care-experienced young people.
29 October 2011, 10:00 - 16:00
A fantastic family day at the Foundling Museum celebrating Jacqueline Wilson’s brilliant sequel to historical children’s novel Hetty Feather.
22 October 2011 - 23 October 2011
As part of Richard Wentworth’s Soup for 100 project, two of the artists involved, Matt Clark and George O’Shaughnessy from artisjustaword in Oxford are holding a weekend of free workshops at the Foundling Museum.
30 September 2011
On Friday 30 September The Big Issue Foundation’s Night Walk will pass through The Foundling Museum. Join in and help Big Issue vendors on their journey away from homelessness.
24 September 2011, 15:00 - 17:00
Workshop on Handel's harpsichord music led by Penelope Cave. In association with the British Harpsichord Society.
14 April 2011 - 30 October 2011, 10:00 - 17:00
The fascinating personal stories of children brought up in care at the Foundling Hospital, which continues today as children’s charity Coram form the centrepiece of this major new exhibition, Foundling Voices.
15 March 2011 - 27 March 2011
The New English Art Club (NEAC) exhibited their Members Exhibition throughout the Foundling Museum to mark the celebration of the society's 125th birthday. The exhibition displayed examples of the very best of contemporary British figurative painting.
25 February 2011 - 02 April 2011
The Foundling Museum showcased clay reliquaries made during workshops led by artist and Foundling Fellow Grayson Perry with young mums and young people in care, adoption and supported housing.
15 February 2011 - 24 April 2011
Baby Love was an exhibition of photographic portraits and interviews discovering the joys, difficulties and realities of being a single mother in modern Britain. Interviews by Foundling Fellow Cerrie Burnell.