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DIG FOR HISTORY

DIG FOR HISTORY

September 01, 2015

Gary Studley is currently poet-in-residence at Canterbury Roman Museum. Blog Nine. Ok, so I guess I kind of lied all those months ago in Blog Two… …In creative writing  – whether for a poem, short story or Chapter One of a massive novel – they say that your first line should grab the reader’s attention. […]

Connecting with the Past: Talking Heritage with our Collections and Learning Assistant

Connecting with the Past: Talking Heritage with our Collections and Learning Assistant

December 17, 2019

In our ‘Talking Heritage’ series, we chat with Canterbury Museums and Galleries staff about what they get up to behind the scenes to deliver our brilliant museums service. The series aims to serve as a useful resource for those interested in heritage work as well as hopefully demystifying what us ‘museum folk’ actually do! This […]

Into the Light: Reviewing the Beaney Collection

Into the Light: Reviewing the Beaney Collection

September 18, 2020

The Beaney House of Art and Knowledge continues to develop and expand its award-winning Health and Wellbeing programme as part of an Arts Council England National Portfolio Organisation. As part of this agenda The Beaney has completed a groundbreaking 18 month long volunteer project, designed specifically for students affected by debilitating anxiety.  Made possible by […]

PANCAKES AND THE PAST

PANCAKES AND THE PAST

February 09, 2016

Today is Pancake Day. It is a day in which four basic ingredients – eggs, flour, salt and milk – find expression in a glorious combination that accompanies celebrations all over the world. But Shrove Tuesday, also known as ‘Fat Tuesday’ in continental Europe, is more than simply gorging on carbs. It is, in fact, a […]

The River Monster: An inquisitive interpretation

The River Monster: An inquisitive interpretation

August 05, 2016

The ‘Cabinet of Curiosities’, or Wunderkammer, was a personal collection of unusual items from around the world. Many of these collections existed in private homes throughout Britain and Europe throughout the 19th Century. As they were the forerunner to the modern ‘museum’ they are of great interest to historians and curators. The Beaney houses its […]

Breaking into the Sector: Talking Heritage with our Collections and Learning Assistant

Breaking into the Sector: Talking Heritage with our Collections and Learning Assistant

May 29, 2019

In our ‘Talking Heritage’ series, we’ll be chatting with Canterbury Museums and Galleries staff about what they get up to behind the scenes to deliver our brilliant museums services. The series aims to serve as a useful resource for those interested in heritage work as well as hopefully demystifying what us ‘museum folk’ actually do! […]

"CHILDREN EXCITED BY READING AND WRITING MUST BE CELEBRATED!"

February 09, 2015

This weeks contributor Alice Eddington, a teacher from St Stephens Infant School in Canterbury, tells us about her recent visit to the Beaney’s latest exhibition. If you live in the St. Stephen’s area of Canterbury, the chances are you’ve seen an excited gaggle of infant aged children heading down to the Beaney House of Art […]

Kent Children's University

Kent Children's University

October 03, 2019

We are excited to announce that both The Beaney and Canterbury Roman Museum are now approved “Restricted Learning Destinations” for Kent Children’s UniversityTM! This means that we are authorised to issue Learning Credits in the children’s Passports to Learning for activities undertaken at our Museums and Galleries.  We are so proud of this partnership, as […]

Saying Goodbye to our Marketing Volunteer

Saying Goodbye to our Marketing Volunteer

June 10, 2016

This week we said goodbye to one of our Marketing volunteers, Patrizia Berchi, who is heading back home to Italy to begin what we are sure will be a very exciting career in Marketing (she can also speak five, yes FIVE languages!). Before we let her go, we asked her to look back on her […]

See Gerald Scarfe's stage and screen designs at The Beaney

See Gerald Scarfe's stage and screen designs at The Beaney

March 19, 2019

The first major exhibition of stage designs by the celebrated cartoonist Gerald Scarfe has opened at The Beaney. ‘Gerald Scarfe – Stage and Screen’ offers visitors a rare opportunity to explore the extensive but little-known production designs by the political cartoonist, who had a 50-year career at the Sunday Times and is famous for his […]

International Interactive Workshops at The Beaney

International Interactive Workshops at The Beaney

August 14, 2019

This summer, we have introduced a new, hands-on interactive workshop aimed at our International student visitors. These active learning sessions have proved to be extremely popular and we have welcomed over 237 students aged 8-17 from France, China, Italy, Germany, Croatia, Saudi Arabia, Taiwan, Poland and Russia along with their 47 group leaders too! Students […]