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

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

May 21, 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 […]

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

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

April 06, 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 […]

Stitched drawings in detail

Stitched drawings in detail

September 28, 2016

Stitched drawings is a uniquely affecting and compassionate work of artist and occupational therapist Georgie Meadows, who encourages us to rethink the way we regard our older population. Using a domestic sewing machine, she translates delicate line drawings into tender and tactile stitched portraits of people she knows or has worked with. The exhibition opened last […]

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

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

April 20, 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 […]

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 […]

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

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

June 30, 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 […]

The Photography Exhibition and You

The Photography Exhibition and You

September 06, 2016

With a month left to see the free exhibition Only in England: Photographs by Tony Ray-Jones and Martin Parr at The Beaney, Visitor Services Officer Sam Hurn assesses another possible eccentricity particular to the English – always thinking you can do the same as the professionals. Photography exhibitions are a peculiar thing. I have worked and visited […]

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 […]

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

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

May 06, 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 […]

CRAIG CARRIES... A 17TH CENTURY SWORD

CRAIG CARRIES... A 17TH CENTURY SWORD

June 24, 2015

We are back with our regular feature ‘Craig carries’ where our Collections Manager, Craig Bowen, showcases the objects he is currently transporting around our museums. This week Craig has been carrying… a 17th Century Sword. A Royal Charter in 1609, granted by James I conferred the right to appoint a ‘Sword Bearer’ the city of Canterbury. […]

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