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VIEWING THE BEANEY'S COLLECTION FOR THE FIRST TIME...

VIEWING THE BEANEY'S COLLECTION FOR THE FIRST TIME...

October 12, 2015

Halla Hannesdottir is currently the Resident Armchair Artist at The Beaney in Canterbury.  I recently arrived in Canterbury and it was a great pleasure to view the Beaney’s collection for the first time. I’ve been checking out the Beaney’s collection on the museum’s website for a few months now in preparation for my residency and […]

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 […]

The River Monster: An inquisitive interpretation

The River Monster: An inquisitive interpretation

August 05, 2016

The ‘Cabinet of Curiosities’, or Wunderkammer, was a personal collection of unusual items from around the world. Many of these collections existed in private homes throughout Britain and Europe throughout the 19th Century. As they were the forerunner to the modern ‘museum’ they are of great interest to historians and curators. The Beaney houses its […]

Collections Review Boosts Wellbeing and Uncovers Hidden Gems

Collections Review Boosts Wellbeing and Uncovers Hidden Gems

November 20, 2019

The Beaney is halfway through a groundbreaking volunteer project, designed specifically for students affected by anxiety. It is funded by the Museums Association Esmée Fairbairn Collections Fund – a fund for projects that develop collections to achieve social impact. The project is centred around undertaking a Collections Review. Volunteers, working with museum staff and art […]

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 […]

DIG FOR HISTORY

DIG FOR HISTORY

September 01, 2015

Gary Studley is currently poet-in-residence at Canterbury Roman Museum. Blog Nine. Ok, so I guess I kind of lied all those months ago in Blog Two… …In creative writing  – whether for a poem, short story or Chapter One of a massive novel – they say that your first line should grab the reader’s attention. […]

SIX BOOK CHALLENGE

SIX BOOK CHALLENGE

July 13, 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. Last Friday (10th July) I visited a group of adults at Canterbury Adult Education Centre to congratulate them on completing the Six Book Challenge. The Challenge is […]

PANCAKES AND THE PAST

PANCAKES AND THE PAST

February 09, 2016

Today is Pancake Day. It is a day in which four basic ingredients – eggs, flour, salt and milk – find expression in a glorious combination that accompanies celebrations all over the world. But Shrove Tuesday, also known as ‘Fat Tuesday’ in continental Europe, is more than simply gorging on carbs. It is, in fact, a […]

Saying Goodbye to our Marketing Volunteer

Saying Goodbye to our Marketing Volunteer

June 10, 2016

This week we said goodbye to one of our Marketing volunteers, Patrizia Berchi, who is heading back home to Italy to begin what we are sure will be a very exciting career in Marketing (she can also speak five, yes FIVE languages!). Before we let her go, we asked her to look back on her […]

How Museums Make us Happy: Talking Heritage with our Health and Well-Being Coordinator

How Museums Make us Happy: Talking Heritage with our Health and Well-Being Coordinator

August 28, 2019

In our ‘Talking Heritage’ series, we chat with Canterbury Museums and Galleries staff about what they get up to behind the scenes to deliver our brilliant museums service. The series aims to serve as a useful resource for those interested in heritage work as well as hopefully demystifying what us ‘museum folk’ actually do! This […]

Tiers Before Bedtime: Creating Heritage Vol II - Part Nine

Tiers Before Bedtime: Creating Heritage Vol II - Part Nine

March 03, 2021

Today is a new month and has been marked by the postman delivering my letter inviting me to book my coronavirus vaccine! I can book both appointments so this means I will receive my second vaccine just before I’m due to go back to work in May. Despite feeling disappointed that our return to work […]