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THE BEANEY CHRISTMAS TREE SURPRISE

THE BEANEY CHRISTMAS TREE SURPRISE

November 14, 2014

If you read our blog a few weeks ago you will know that something very special is happening at The Beaney this Christmas. Artists in residence, Holder and Lamoon, are taking over our Christmas tree to create a visual Intriguerium of a display, inspired by objects in the collections. As well as being a sumptuous […]

LASHINGS OF FUN!

LASHINGS OF FUN!

February 06, 2015

What an incredible first week we have had hosting Mystery, Magic and Midnight Feasts: The many adventures of Enid Blyton at the Beaney!  So many visitors have walked through the doors to see Blyton’s famous typewriter, her diaries and of course, to drive Noddy’s car! Here are just a few of our favourite moments from the week, […]

8 WINTERY WONDERS TO SEE AT THE BEANEY THIS CHRISTMAS

8 WINTERY WONDERS TO SEE AT THE BEANEY THIS CHRISTMAS

December 16, 2014

1. Winter: Through the Fells, Cumberland, the Drove in a Snowdrift [1900] by Thomas Sidney Cooper Cooper travelled regularly to the north of England, Wales and Scotland to make studies for later use in paintings. He liked the rugged landscape of mountains and fells, which made a good setting for pictures of animals. Winter was […]

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 […]

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

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

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 […]

THE HISTORY OF THE WORLD IN 1,000 OBJECTS

THE HISTORY OF THE WORLD IN 1,000 OBJECTS

January 14, 2015

October 2014 saw the publication of Dorling Kindersley’s History of the World in 1,000 Objects, which features dozens of items from our collections. For all the museums staff and frequent visitors the release was a gentle reminder of the sheer diversity of the objects in our collections. It was an opportunity to showcase their relationship […]

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

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

May 12, 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 […]