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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 […]

THE CANTERBURY PEOPLE'S MAP PART III

THE CANTERBURY PEOPLE'S MAP PART III

August 21, 2015

A community walk to the Abbots Mill Project, an eco showcase in the heart of Canterbury. Rob Turner is currently the Resident Armchair Artist at The Beaney in Canterbury.  The feeling or look of the map now seems to be establishing itself; one of my roles in its making has been to somehow make all the […]

Creating Heritage: A diary during Coronavirus (COVID-19) – Part Fourteen

Creating Heritage: A diary during Coronavirus (COVID-19) – Part Fourteen

June 22, 2020

Over the last year, I have had numerous requests from my team for me to write my ‘Talking Heritage’ blog, and unfortunately I have told them that I was too busy each time. Now, following a week that is sure to go down in history, I have stopped and taken the time to reflect. My job […]

Staycation like a medieval pilgrim: a guide to exploring Canterbury this summer

Staycation like a medieval pilgrim: a guide to exploring Canterbury this summer

June 15, 2021

With international travel restrictions not going anywhere any time soon, jetting off for an all-inclusive might be off the menu for a little while longer as we head towards another summer of staycations. Although they may not offer the pool-side drinks or tanning potential of a trip abroad, staycations are the perfect opportunity to explore […]

LUDUS LATRUNCUULORUM

LUDUS LATRUNCUULORUM

September 24, 2015

Ciao a tutti (when in Rome, as they say) and welcome to Blog Ten. It’s not a sixth sense or anythingGary Studley is currently poet-in-residence at Canterbury Roman Museum. as dramatic, but if you thought about it, I bet you could tell if a visitor is into something or not – whether it be a […]

MAGNA CARTER BARONS NOW ON DISPLAY AT THE BEANEY IN TIME FOR CITYWIDE CELEBRATIONS

MAGNA CARTER BARONS NOW ON DISPLAY AT THE BEANEY IN TIME FOR CITYWIDE CELEBRATIONS

June 17, 2015

Canterbury has strong connections with Magna Carta being one of the five charter towns in England. An extensive programme of events is planned to mark the 800th anniversary of the sealing of this great charter in 1215. To mark the importance of the city to Magna Carta, The Beaney House of Art and Knowledge, Canterbury’s […]

CANTERBURY AT WAR: A JOURNEY

CANTERBURY AT WAR: A JOURNEY

September 07, 2014

Patricia Wilson Smith, Artist and Curator, take us through the journey which led her to curate ‘Canterbury at War’; a new exhibition in The Beaney Front Room gallery. At the beginning of 2014 I decided that I would have nothing to do with commemorating the First World War. I had always thought of Remembrance Day as […]

Canterbury Tales

Canterbury Tales

October 20, 2016

A very special artwork was created especially for Grayson Perry: The Vanity of Small by students from the University of Creative Arts. The project offered people the opportunity to showcase their work alongside one of the most important contemporary artist of our time.  Local people were given the opportunity to respond to the key social […]

Incredible creations on show at The Beaney

Incredible creations on show at The Beaney

February 12, 2019

An exhibition of 30 stunning models of iconic moments in British history made entirely out of LEGO bricks comes to The Beaney in Canterbury this February.   ‘Bricks Britannia: A History of Britain in LEGO Bricks’ includes as its centrepiece a show-stopping eight metre-long model of The Flying Scotsman, the world’s most famous steam locomotive, […]

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 BEANEY CHRISTMAS TREE STORY...

THE BEANEY CHRISTMAS TREE STORY...

November 21, 2014

Written by Beaney artists in residence Holder and Lamoon It has been a while since we last posted a blog about our work at The Beaney, not because we have been sitting around doing nothing, because we have been working on bit of a secret mission.  Well not that secret, but we didn’t want to […]