Canterbury Library was the first publicly funded library in Great Britain, through innovative interpretation of the Museums Act 1845 for provision of a museum of arts and science. It is now part of a large network of public libraries managed by Kent County Council
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From free taster sessions and popular lectures to guided tours and object-based reminiscence sessions, there is something to suit all interests. Specialist artist-led workshops inspired by the collections are also available in the Learning Lab and provide a wonderful opportunity to get in touch with your creative side, learn new skills and make friends.
Our vision and strategy to be East Kent’s gateway to art, culture and heritage, making a major contribution to the international significance of the area reflecting its past and shaping its future.
In the introduction, we hear of “how a Prince built a long ship and sailed in it beyond the black ice at the edge of the world to bring home his bride from the land of the midnight sun”. Here, Postgate and Firmin seek to evoke a range of influences. The undertaking of such a […]
Situated in the heart of historic Canterbury, The Beaney House of Art & Knowledge provides a unique setting for receptions, meetings and events against a stunning backdrop of inspiring collections and world class exhibitions.
Fittingly, Peter Firmin and Oliver Postgate frequently engineered their own solutions to the production challenges faced, such as: adopting a cardboard cut-out animation process for their early productions, which relied on sticky tack for tension and placement; or the Pingwings, whose crocheted bodies provided flexibility and durability; or the hybrid environments of the Pogles, which […]
There are many ways you can support Canterbury Museums & Galleries.
Whether you would like to volunteer your time or make a donation, your contribution, large or small, makes a real difference.
We offer five hands-on workshops for international school groups visiting Canterbury.
The workshops highlight art, history and archaeology in the city and provide an exciting opportunity for students to practise their English.
There are many ways you can participate at Canterbury Museums & Galleries from volunteering, working with the community, becoming a member and working with us as an artist