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The Library

The Library

Canterbury Library was the first publicly funded library in Great Britain, through innovative interpretation of the Museums Act 1845 for provision of a museum of arts and science. It is now part of a large network of public libraries managed by Kent County Council

The Photography Exhibition and You

The Photography Exhibition and You

September 06, 2016

With a month left to see the free exhibition Only in England: Photographs by Tony Ray-Jones and Martin Parr at The Beaney, Visitor Services Officer Sam Hurn assesses another possible eccentricity particular to the English – always thinking you can do the same as the professionals. Photography exhibitions are a peculiar thing. I have worked and visited […]

CORNELIUS JOHNSON: CHARLES I'S FORGOTTEN PAINTER

CORNELIUS JOHNSON: CHARLES I'S FORGOTTEN PAINTER

August 26, 2015

In 1632 Cornelius Johnson was King Charles I’s official ‘picture-drawer’ and a peer of Anthony Van Dyck (the most famous artist in his day). He was an incredibly talented artist but was pushed into the background by the arrival of Van Dyck. Johnson has subsequently to be relegated as an obscurity of British Art. That […]

Challenging our perception of class, taste and British Society

Challenging our perception of class, taste and British Society

November 18, 2016

The Vanity of Small Differences, a series of six exuberant tapestries by the Turner-Prize winning artist Grayson Perry, is now on display at The Beaney. The large-scale tapestries were created alongside the BAFTA award-winning Channel 4 series, All in the Best Possible Taste, which follows Perry as he embarks ‘on a safari amongst the taste tribes of […]

Are you looking for a special (and FREE) way to woo your sweetheart this Valentine's day?

Are you looking for a special (and FREE) way to woo your sweetheart this Valentine's day?

February 11, 2016

Why not try a romantic stroll around the Beaney! We have put together a handy guide for you to memorise, so while you gander around the galleries you can impress them with these amorous highlights… Venus Flower Basket Find me in: Materials & Masters Room, Upstairs Did you know this curious-looking object was given as a wedding gift in traditional […]

THE CANTERBURY PEOPLE'S MAP PART III

THE CANTERBURY PEOPLE'S MAP PART III

August 21, 2015

A community walk to the Abbots Mill Project, an eco showcase in the heart of Canterbury. Rob Turner is currently the Resident Armchair Artist at The Beaney in Canterbury.  The feeling or look of the map now seems to be establishing itself; one of my roles in its making has been to somehow make all the […]

Not Tony Curtis: Reflections of an Unidentified Man

Not Tony Curtis: Reflections of an Unidentified Man

August 05, 2016

The latest blog from Adam De Ville,  Resident Armchair Artist at The Beaney in Canterbury. We brought him here for us to wonder, along with all the possible versions of his history and more in imagined flashbacks, glimpses in our mind’s eye, conjured realms, and a daydream or two. The Unidentified Man played host to merry whispers, […]

11 SURPRISING FACTS YOU NEVER KNEW ABOUT FAMED ARTIST EDUARDO PAOLOZZI

11 SURPRISING FACTS YOU NEVER KNEW ABOUT FAMED ARTIST EDUARDO PAOLOZZI

August 14, 2015

Eduardo Paolozzi was a pioneering 20th century British artist and his famous print series; General Dynamic F.U.N is currently on display at the Beaney. Here are a few facts you might not know about him… 1. Scottish-born Paolozzi’s Italian parents ran a small ice cream parlour in Leith. 2. Paolozzi had always shown a talent […]

Sensing Culture with The Beaney and Canterbury Cathedral

Sensing Culture with The Beaney and Canterbury Cathedral

June 02, 2016

Do you enjoy heritage? Would you, or someone you know, like to learn new skills and be inspired by collections at the Beaney and Canterbury Cathedral? If so, The Beaney and Canterbury Cathedral are hosting a selection of FREE Textiles and Mixed Media creative workshops for adults with sight loss living in Kent. Workshops are […]

The Printed Line

The Printed Line

This exhibition, at The Beaney in 2020 but closed due to Covid, considers how artists have used a variety of printmaking techniques to exploit the potential of the printed line, from the thick velvety line of drypoint and the heavy cross-hatching of etching to delicate wood engraving and boldly coloured screenprints and lithographs. Spanning the […]