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.
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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.
Come and meet Rupert Bear and his friends in the Beaney and hear tales of their adventures in Nutwood. You will also make and take home a Rupert inspired ‘art y fact’!
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.
Investigate real Victorian toys including Lily the doll and find out what they’re made of and how they work. Dress up just like Victorian children and discover toys lost under the floorboards of local buildings since Victorian times. Then make traditional marbles to take home and learn to play fun Victorian games. Key stage 1 and 2, intermediate and advanced ESOL students.
October 02, 2015
Daren Kearl is the Community Development Librarian for Canterbury and Swale District and is based at the Beaney. His role includes working with partners and the local community. A series of blogs on things you probably didn’t know The Beaney offered… 5th to 11th October is Dyslexia Awareness Week, so I’m going to highlight some […]
Explore our colourful wildlife collection and discover the story behind one of our special exhibits. Find out about habitats and adaptations, investigate specimens from around the world and take part in a creative activity.
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 […]