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Production, Reproduction and Imperfection

Production, Reproduction and Imperfection

February 08, 2017

The second of a series of blogs from our new Artist in Residence – Kathleen Herbert. Having spent the first few weeks as Artist In Residence just sitting and looking in the different rooms, I decided to use the museums facility, which enables members of the public to handle objects within the collection. In the […]

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 […]

"CHILDREN EXCITED BY READING AND WRITING MUST BE CELEBRATED!"

February 09, 2015

This weeks contributor Alice Eddington, a teacher from St Stephens Infant School in Canterbury, tells us about her recent visit to the Beaney’s latest exhibition. If you live in the St. Stephen’s area of Canterbury, the chances are you’ve seen an excited gaggle of infant aged children heading down to the Beaney House of Art […]

A wealth of wellbeing activities as part of World Wellbeing Week

A wealth of wellbeing activities as part of World Wellbeing Week

June 26, 2019

Skylarks singing in our Explorers and Collectors Gallery As part of World Wellbeing Week, we are celebrating aspects of our growing award-winning Health and Wellbeing Programme. This Friday, our Power of the Object group will have a friendly furry visitor and will learn about the benefits of having a therapy dog! Interaction with therapy dogs […]

Connecting with the Past: Talking Heritage with our Collections and Learning Assistant

Connecting with the Past: Talking Heritage with our Collections and Learning Assistant

December 17, 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 […]

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 […]

UPSTART CROW

UPSTART CROW

April 04, 2016

Sonia Overall is currently the Resident Armchair Artist at The Beaney in Canterbury. One of the chief attractions of the armchair artist opportunity for me was meeting previous residents Jill Holder and Bob Lamoon. Their oversized homage to the rook in the red coat, exhibited in the Front Room, continues to haunt me. The original rook […]

Have writing exercises, will exercise writers

Have writing exercises, will exercise writers

May 10, 2016

Sonia Overall is currently the Resident Armchair Artist at The Beaney in Canterbury. It’s nearly the end of my armchair residency at The Beaney. I’ve spent the past four months dipping in and out, sometimes on official duty with orange-ribboned lanyard, more often under the radar, snatching moments between other commitments. I’ve pressed my face against glass, knelt […]

Breaking into the Sector: Talking Heritage with our Collections and Learning Assistant

Breaking into the Sector: Talking Heritage with our Collections and Learning Assistant

May 29, 2019

In our ‘Talking Heritage’ series, we’ll be chatting with Canterbury Museums and Galleries staff about what they get up to behind the scenes to deliver our brilliant museums services. 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! […]

CHAIRFUL PROJECT

CHAIRFUL PROJECT

November 18, 2015

This past week I have been making miniature models made from some of the drawings I shared with you on the last blog post. While drawing I really let go of any thoughts of function and utility and let the creativity run free and as a result the sketches were quite playful. I have tried […]

INTRODUCING… STORIES IN THE DARK

INTRODUCING… STORIES IN THE DARK

March 17, 2016

In the 17th Century a device was invented to transform the projection of light into incredible shows which took people’s breath away. This device was the magic lantern. For many people it was the first time they saw projected moving images – what a spectacle it must have been! Aware of their enchanting effect, these […]