Sir Ridley Scott talks to HAT about his career and his start in advertising
It is with great sadness that we say goodbye to Archie Pitcher, former HAT Trustee, who has peacefully passed away
Following the recent departure of James Steward we welcome Richard Powell to HAT as our new Director
The HAT Butlin’s project team were delighted to join staff at Bourne Leisure headquarters in Hemel Hempstead for a very special archive day on 4 November.
HAT is delighted to announce that a contract has been signed to hold and preserve material for the Archive of Market and Social Research (AMSR).
HAT would like to congratulate Amii Errington, who after volunteering at HAT during the past year has got a new job as archivist at the Sir Henry Royce Foundation in Northamptonshire.
Industry figures representing some four decades of British advertising swapped stories and wallowed in nostalgia at a party to launch a major fund-raising initiative by the History of Advertising Trust.
To celebrate the extraordinary men and women who have shaped the UK industry HAT is holding a unique exhibition of photography of advertising history-makers at the IPA on 13th October, selected from Campaign’s archive.
We were delighted to stage a special, free exhibition highlighting some of HAT’s fascinating collections throughout August at The Forum, Norwich.
Earlier this month HAT was delighted to receive a copy of The Daily Herald (10 September 1958) from Colin Lloyd former President of the Direct Marketing Association (DMA).