Kevin Flude

Kevin's main interests are the history, archaeology, Museums and medical history of London.He has worked in the Museum world since 1976. First at the Research Laboratory for Archaeology and the History of Art, then as a archaeologist including at the Museum of London (1977-84). He was an Assistant Keeper at the Victoria and Albert Museum between 1984-1987. Since 1987 Kevin has worked freelance as a consultant in many museums, lecturing on the museums, history and archaeology of London and directed the transformation of the Old Operating Theatre Museum since 1992.He has been proprietor of 'And Did Those Feet' (Cultural Heritage Resources) since 1982. It has allowed him the opportunity of working in a variety of fields in the Heritage world. He is currently Creative Director of the Old Operating Theatre Museum in Southwark; Associate Lecturer at the Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design, University of the Arts, London, at Worcester University, University of Westminster and honorary lecturer at University College London (UCL). He is Course Director for the Road Scholar programme in London which is a charity which for which Kevin organises study tours. lectures and walks on the history, archaeology architecture and art of London (and elsewhere).Kevin passed his Postgraduate Certificate in Learning and Teaching In Higher Education at CLTAD at the University of the Arts, London in 2007. Kevin managed the Old Operating Theatre Museum from 1988 to 2014. The Museum won the 2007 Museum and Heritage Award for excellence in the Best Project on a Limited budget category.
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