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LIFE UNDER LOCKDOWN TO BE EXPLORED AT THE BEANEY

LIFE UNDER LOCKDOWN TO BE EXPLORED AT THE BEANEY

July 03, 2020

An exploration of life under lockdown will be at the heart of the reopening of The Beaney House of Art of Knowledge.

The Beaney will open its doors for the first time since closing in March on Tuesday 21 July.

CANTERBURY'S CLANGERS MAKE THEIR TV RETURN!

CANTERBURY'S CLANGERS MAKE THEIR TV RETURN!

June 15, 2015

Today is a very exciting day at Canterbury Museums as some of our favourite residents are making their return to the small screen. Tonight sees the premiere of the new series of Clangers which will air on CBeebies at 17:30. Old and new fans of the original TV show are bound to fall in love […]

Comics Exhibition Comes to The Beaney

Comics Exhibition Comes to The Beaney

January 14, 2020

A family-friendly exhibition exploring the wonderful world of comics will open at The Beaney during February half term. ‘Comics: Explore and Create Comic Art’ is an interactive exhibition from Seven Stories, and offers a chance for comic fans of all ages to discover an eclectic mix of original and iconic comic art, alongside work by […]

THE CANTERBURY PEOPLE'S MAP PART II

THE CANTERBURY PEOPLE'S MAP PART II

August 21, 2015

Made through a series of open workshops at the Beaney. Rob Turner is currently the Resident Armchair Artist at The Beaney in Canterbury.  The second workshop coincided with another event at the Beaney that day and it was busy.  I don’t remember a point during the day where it wasn’t being worked on. It was so […]

Shrines, illusions and heterotopias

Shrines, illusions and heterotopias

April 26, 2016

Sonia Overall is currently the Resident Armchair Artist at The Beaney in Canterbury. The magic lantern exhibition Stories in the Dark is open, and it’s my first chance to spend some time there. Lights dance on surfaces. Apparatus cranks and whines. There are shutter clicks and repetitions, sounds emerging like chants in the half-darkness. I speak […]

FREE creative writing sessions for people living with Dementia

FREE creative writing sessions for people living with Dementia

April 04, 2016

People living with dementia are being invited to get involved in free creative writing sessions taking place at the Beaney in Canterbury from mid-April. The Cabinet of Curiosities project, run by the city council’s Community Services team, is open to anyone living with dementia and aims to help them write creatively using the museum’s collections […]

Exhibition documents lockdown life in Canterbury

Exhibition documents lockdown life in Canterbury

September 30, 2020

A special exhibition celebrating the creativity, stories and experiences of the community during lockdown is open now at The Beaney. Every fortnight during the countrywide lockdown, The Beaney released a new theme to inspire its audiences with ideas of art they could create. These themes were based on six ways to wellbeing: Be kind (in […]

Rook in the Red Coat

Rook in the Red Coat

There is a simple yet sad tale of how The Beaney came to acquire a rook dressed quite curiously in a red coat.

The intriguing story is from the early 1900s when a group of boys, looking for a bit of fun, captured a rook and dressed it quite playfully in a red coat. Unfortunately, when the rook eventually returned to its flock, still clad in its fetching red coat, it was rejected by its flock…

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