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Covid-19 is having a significant, detrimental financial impact on the Museum.
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Online Fundraising Talk
An online fundraising talk by Professor Dany Nobus for the Centenary of Freud’s ‘Beyond the Pleasure Principle’. Live-streamed from the Freud Museum.August 12, 2020 - 3:00 pm
Online course with Mary Wild, on 29, 30 and 31 August.August 29, 2020 - 2:00 pm
A major international online conference investigating the effects of social divisions, psychic splits and collective expressions of irrationality and angst.September 19, 2020 - 2:00 pm
The surrealist icon's first and only encounter with the father of psychoanalysis was fittingly bizarre.
In 1938 Sigmund Freud recorded a speech for the BBC. It remains one of the few recordings ever made of his voice.
Ida Applebroog: Mercy Hospital
The Freud Museum is proud to present the drawings of American artist, Ida Applebroog, from her Mercy Hospital series.
Featuring the pioneering American artist’s works created during her six week stay in San Diego’s Mercy Hospital in 1969. There she created over 100 drawings bound in large sketchbooks, including bold line drawings of human, animal and abstract figures with bursts of vibrant colours.
The Freud Museum is temporarily closed
Following the latest advice from the UK Government regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, we have made the decision to temporarily close the Freud Museum Wednesday 18 March until further notice. This is to help to protect visitors, those who work at the museum, and our wider community.
These are extraordinary and difficult times for us all. As you know, the Freud Museum receives no government funding and we have always had to generate our own income and rely on support from visitors, event audiences and generous private donations. It is this that gives us hope as we look ahead.
Although Freud’s house is closed, and events and courses suspended, we are working hard to continue to make as much of our lively programming, writings and commentary available to you online, including on the website, and through podcasts, live stream sessions and our social channels.
So please stay tuned for the latest from the Freud Museum on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook, and the website. We’re here and would love to hear from you!
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Take care and we look forward to seeing you at the museum again soon,
The Freud Museum London Team
Please note that the museum team is mostly working remotely. For general enquiries, please email [email protected] and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
Please see www.gov.uk/coronavirus for the latest advice from the UK Government on how to protect yourself and the community.
Sigmund Freud's home and garden provides a unique setting for special occasions and business events.