Search results for ' ☘ What Is Ivermectin ✏️ www.Stromectol-Ivermectin.com ✏️ Where Can I Buy Ivermectin For Dogs 🍒 Ivermectin For Hens . Ivermectin For Tapeworms' - Page 17

Tiers Before Bedtime: Creating Heritage Vol II - Part Four

Tiers Before Bedtime: Creating Heritage Vol II - Part Four

January 26, 2021

Day 311: Monday 25th January During the first lockdown I was working from home and liaising with other Council employees to provide food parcels and a medication collection service. The furlough since November feels completely different, as I haven’t been allocated any duties. I’m more focussed on my own projects and the wintry weather means […]

Ways of seeing

Ways of seeing

January 20, 2017

The first of a series of blogs from our new Artist in Residence – Kathleen Herbert. It is a wonderful start to the New Year exploring The Beaney’s collections as The Armchair Artist in Residence.  In what seems like the blink of an eye the first few weeks have now passed and I am writing […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

Investigating and Creating Portraits

Investigating and Creating Portraits

Investigate the meaning of portraits in the collection, including works by famous artists such as Anthony Van Dyck and Dame Laura Knight. Find out what costumes, poses, expressions and symbols can reveal, and work with an artist to create your own masterpiece. Appropriate for KS1, 2 and 3 and Intermediate/Advanced ESOL students.

A WALK ALONG PART OF THE RADFALL AND THINKING ABOUT SOLAR POWER

A WALK ALONG PART OF THE RADFALL AND THINKING ABOUT SOLAR POWER

July 08, 2015

Rob Turner is currently the Resident Armchair Artist at The Beaney in Canterbury.  We have three solar farms near where I live, the first one is finished and I drove past it today and I may have seen sheep grazing under the rows and rows of silver panels, don’t quote me as this was out of […]

1 15 16 17