Glenmorangie Annual Lecture: Simone ten Hompel
10 Oct 2019
Silversmith Simone ten Hompel discusses her commission from National Museums Scotland and The Glenmorangie Company to create a new piece of contemporary metal artwork inspired by the museum’s early medieval collections.
19:00–20:15. Doors open 18:15 for a complimentary glass of Glenmorangie Original, courtesy of our partner.
Auditorium, Level 1. Entry via Lothian Street.
Adults £7, Members & Conc.* £6, Students £5
*Over 60s, students with valid NUS or Young Scot card, unemployed with ID, disabled people. Carers of disabled people go free.
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This event is age 14+ but please note, alcohol will be being served and our staff will be operating a Challenge 25 policy.
The Glenmorangie Commission: The Journey Begins
In this short film, Simone ten Hompel meets Glenmorangie Research Fellow Adrián Maldonado and Sarah Rothwell, Curator of Modern and Contemporary Design, at the National Museum of Scotland to begin her exploration of our Viking-age silver collection and discuss her plans for the Commission.
We want everyone who comes to our museums to enjoy their time with us and make the most of their visit.
- The Lothian Street entrance and Auditorium are wheelchair accessible, and there is access to an accessible toilet.
- There is level access to the Museum via the main doors to the Entrance Hall on Chambers Street and the Tower entrance at the corner of Chambers Street and George IV Bridge.
- Lifts are available to all floors.
- Accessible toilets are available on most floors, as well as a Changing Places (U) toilet in the Entrance Hall on Level 0.
- There is also an induction loop in the Auditorium.
- Guide dogs, hearing dogs and other recognised assistance dogs are admitted.
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Generously supported by The Glenmorangie Company
Header image: Simone ten Hompel in the National Museum of Scotland. Photo © Stewart Attwood.