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A Glittering New Acquisition: Susan Bertie, Countess of Kent

A Glittering New Acquisition: Susan Bertie, Countess of Kent

August 03, 2016

It’s fair to say any new acquisition is exciting, but occasionally an item enters the building creating a stir amongst staff; something so good you can’t quite believe you’re lucky enough to get to work alongside it, and so beautiful you can’t wait to tell everyone. This month that item is a – what I […]

Explore Canterbury Roman Museum

Explore Canterbury Roman Museum

Canterbury Roman Museum is Kent’s only Roman Museum; providing a fascinating and family-friendly insight into life in Roman Britain. Visitors can explore Canterbury’s history, wander through the marketplace and discover hidden treasures as they step back, and down, to the streets of Roman Canterbury…

Educational Workshops for International Schools

Educational Workshops for International Schools

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.

Venue Hire

Venue Hire

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.

Case A & B: Noggin the Nog

Case A & B: Noggin the Nog

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 […]

Other Museums

Other Museums

Find out more about Whitstable Museum & Gallery and The Seaside Museum in Herne Bay

Case G & H: Ivor the Engine

Case G & H: Ivor the Engine

Ivor the Engine is full of examples of dual audience appeal where child and adult audiences are addressed with equal care. We can see this quality in the episode ‘Unidentified Objects’, which begins with Ivor waiting at Llaniog station, and with Postgate’s narration stating: ‘Oh, I suppose there’s not a lot to do today, or […]

Partnerships

Partnerships

We develop and sustain partnerships across the cultural, educational, community and business sectors. These partnerships are delivered nationally, regionally and locally, contributing to the development of the economic, cultural and social landscape of the Canterbury district.

Case E: Clangers

Case E: Clangers

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 […]

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