What do Children Know about WWI?
New cultural project highlights the connections of the Indian Army and WWI...
What is the understanding of WWI in schools? We learnt that it was a war between England and Germany: a trench war. But with this interpretation, why do we call it a world war?
Approximately 1.3 million South Asian soldiers served; over 74,000 lost their lives. India contributed £146 million between 1914 and … Read more
Added: August 18, 2016Comments: 0
On Friday 12th August 2016, museums and galleries across the UK handed over their Twitter feeds to teenagers, putting their voice at the heart of the organisation. The initiative began two years ago when young people involved in Takeover Day expressed how much they enjoyed being Social Media Reporters … Read more
Added: August 15, 2016Comments: 0
Kids in Museums embark on creating hundreds of cultural opportunities for the young people of Birmingham...
Culture Secretary Karen Bradley announced Kids in Museums will run a pilot project as part of the UK wide Cultural Citizens programme
Two hundred schoolchildren in Birmingham will be given unique access to cultural institutions as part of a new scheme to boost involvement in the arts, the Culture Secretary Karen … Read more
Added: August 9, 2016Comments: 0
Kids in Museums have been awarded £240,000 to support the national sector as part of the Art Council’s Museum Resilience Fund. They are among 94 organisations across the country, sharing a total of 12.3 million. The Museum Resilience Fund supports museums to become more sustainable and resilient businesses.
Kids in Museums … Read more
Added: August 3, 2016Comments: 0
The National Museum of Computing houses the world’s largest collection of functional computers enabling visitors to follow the development of computing from the 1940’s to the present day. With the arrival of Pokémon Go, a augmented reality game that has taken the world by storm The National Museum … Read more
Added: August 2, 2016Comments: 0