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Equality & Diversity through Literature

Equality & Diversity through Literature

June 16, 2020

Now more than ever, people across the world are coming together and striving to learn more about racism and diversity.  Understanding diversity is more important than ever and reading is a good starting point for learning, discussion and change. Here’s are a few recommendations from our library, Kent Libraries, of titles to support a wider […]

SITTING WRITING ON THE TRICLINIUM...

SITTING WRITING ON THE TRICLINIUM...

August 07, 2015

Gary Studley is currently poet-in-residence at Canterbury Roman Museum. Hello readers and welcome to another great day in the metropolis. Here’s Blog Six. Despite everything the press may try to tell us about how bad life is, the Earth is still approximately the same circumference as ever (about 25,000 miles at the Equator) and the […]

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

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

July 14, 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 […]

Sensing Culture

Sensing Culture

December 05, 2016

The Beaney is part of an HLF-funded RNIB project Sensing Culture (also happening in Oxford, Portsmouth and Brighton), to improve the museum and gallery experience for visually impaired visitors. In 2016 The Beaney ran textile and mixed-media artist-led workshops with blind and partially sighted people creating work inspired by the buildings and collections at Canterbury […]

Tiers Before Bedtime - Creating Heritage Volume II: Part One

Tiers Before Bedtime - Creating Heritage Volume II: Part One

January 07, 2021

It has been 291 days since the Prime Minister ordered the first national lockdown. To date there have been more than 2.7 million confirmed cases of coronavirus in the UK and over 75,000 people have died. After relaxing restrictions and reopening businesses around the country in summer there was a brief period of respite. However, […]

Comics Exhibition Comes to The Beaney

Comics Exhibition Comes to The Beaney

January 14, 2020

A family-friendly exhibition exploring the wonderful world of comics will open at The Beaney during February half term. ‘Comics: Explore and Create Comic Art’ is an interactive exhibition from Seven Stories, and offers a chance for comic fans of all ages to discover an eclectic mix of original and iconic comic art, alongside work by […]

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

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

May 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 […]

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 […]

Arts Award

Arts Award

May 10, 2019

Arts Award is a wonderful way for children and young people to be inspired by and enjoy the arts. Taking part in a learning activity at Canterbury Museums & Galleries can contribute towards gaining an Arts Award qualification. Arts Award is offered at 5 levels, 4 of which are accredited and 1 is an introductory […]

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