The Museum Of Everything

A production of The School of History of Art for the University of Edinburgh’s Innovative Learning Week.

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The Museum of Everything is a production of the School of History of Art for the University’s Innovative Learning Week. ILW is an annual event which takes place this year 17-21 February. More about it here:

You can find out more about the School of History of Art on its own website For advice about investing on the art market, where to buy good quality tweeds, or how to start a world revolution, approach individual members of staff directly. They will also be happy to field enquiries from potential students.

Richard J. Williams, the School’s self-styled (and only) Professor of Contemporary Visual Cultures is responsible for the day-to-day running of the Museum, as well as this site, so direct any complaints to him in the first instance. Should you be so inclined, you can find out more about his work here:

The picture above shows a man using an Orgone Blanket and Orgone Shooter, therapeutic devices invented by the maverick psychoanalyst Wilhelm Reich in the 1940s. They have nothing to do with the history of art, but Richard likes the picture. They will be among the first items in the Museum’s collection.


Written by rwilliam

February 11, 2014 at 2:28 pm

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