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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 […]

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 […]

NEW WAYS TO EXPLORE

NEW WAYS TO EXPLORE

February 27, 2015

Nicky Thompson was Resident Armchair Artist at The Beaney in Canterbury. You can read her blog posts here and on her blog Pebble Press. The last time I was lucky enough to have a writing residency was a few years ago, at the Little Blue Hut in Tankerton. The Little Blue Hut was all about space, the quiet […]

Ancient Greeks - Object Handling Session

Ancient Greeks - Object Handling Session

Explore the Ancient Greeks through a range of activities which you can mix and match to create your perfect museum experience. These sessions are briefly introduced by one of our facilitators who will provide you with all the resources you need to lead your class through your choice of a range of available activities.

Tiers Before Bedtime: Creating Heritage Vol II - Part Seven

Tiers Before Bedtime: Creating Heritage Vol II - Part Seven

February 16, 2021

Day 332: Monday 15th February I’m sitting in the upstairs room of a delightful house in rural Devon. This is my current lockdown abode. The wind is howling and the rain lashing against the window. I’m looking out over the lawn at a valley beyond which is a very faint outline of Dartmoor. It is […]

A wealth of wellbeing activities as part of World Wellbeing Week

A wealth of wellbeing activities as part of World Wellbeing Week

June 26, 2019

Skylarks singing in our Explorers and Collectors Gallery As part of World Wellbeing Week, we are celebrating aspects of our growing award-winning Health and Wellbeing Programme. This Friday, our Power of the Object group will have a friendly furry visitor and will learn about the benefits of having a therapy dog! Interaction with therapy dogs […]

UPSTART CROW

UPSTART CROW

April 04, 2016

Sonia Overall is currently the Resident Armchair Artist at The Beaney in Canterbury. One of the chief attractions of the armchair artist opportunity for me was meeting previous residents Jill Holder and Bob Lamoon. Their oversized homage to the rook in the red coat, exhibited in the Front Room, continues to haunt me. The original rook […]

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 […]

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