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Families invited to explore British art with free events at the Tate...

Families are invited to become film makers, dance around the galleries and make music with rare musical instruments at the BP Family Weekend: Close Encounters of the Art Kind on 25-26 October at Tate Britain.

Drop in throughout the weekend to experience 500 years of British art through music, movies, … Read more

Added: October 20, 2014Comments: 0

#WHYfest at the Southbank Centre to promote children and young people’s rights in the UK...

On the 23-26 October the WHY? What’s Happening for the Young Festival will take over the entire Southbank site for four packed days of talks, debates, performances, free participatory events and workshops exploring all aspects of the current protection and promotion of children and young people’s rights in the … Read more

Added: October 17, 2014Comments: 0

‘Why Remember?’ teaching resources launched at the Tower of London...

Last month, Historic Royal Palaces launched their ‘Why Remember?’ campaign with a poignant event held at the Tower of London, inspired by the art installation currently filling the moat at the Tower.

‘Blood Swept Land and Seas of Red’ (created by ceramic artist Paul Cummins, with setting by stage designer … Read more

Added: October 17, 2014Comments: 0

For Sale: Woolly Mammoth...

Here at Kids in Museums we love a woolly mammoth and it’s been a big year for our favourite Ice Age beast with exhibitions dedicated to mammoths at both the National Museum of Scotland and the Natural History Museum in London.

But this is one story we didn’t expect…

Summer Place … Read more

Added: October 10, 2014Comments: 0

Tate Gallery breaks records in 2013/14...

The figures are in and it’s been an outstanding year for the Tate Galleries across the UK. It’s fab news for such huge supporters of our Manifesto.

Across its four sites, Tate attracted a total of 7.04 million visitors with the Tate Modern retaining its position as the most … Read more

Added: October 9, 2014Comments: 0

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