Topic: Kids in Museums
A report published by the Department of Culture, Media and Sport has revealed that the annual number of visitors to British museums dropped by two million in 2016. There was also a six percent fall in the number of school visits, attributed to funding and time restrictions, increased transport costs … Read more
Added: March 3, 2017Comments: 0
On the weekend of 17th September, Cardiff came alive for the 100th birthday celebrations of Wales’ best known storyteller, Roald Dahl. Lloyd Evans, Kids in Museums Picture Editor took his daughter to see it.
Personally, I’m more of a fan of the Quentin Blake illustrations in the classic books, but my … Read more
Added: September 25, 2016Comments: 0
Workshop Highlights from Welcoming Families with Autism Workshop at the Science Museum London, 9 February 2016...
This hugely successful workshop trained over forty delegates on how to focus on families with autism in museums. The workshop included talks from experts on autism and gave real examples of museums who are working to provide an accessible and welcoming environment. Inspiring ideas were shared between large and small … Read more
Added: February 17, 2016Comments: 0
Kids in Museums volunteer, Leonie Saywell, reports on the London Volunteer Awards and Kids in Museums recognition for their work on Takeover Day in the ‘Bringing Innovation’ category…
On Thursday 7thVolunteers in Museums Awards, sponsored by the Arts Council.
The award was for delivering Takeover Day in Museums, our annual … Read more
Added: June 24, 2012Comments: 0
Back in November, six students from Langley Academy in Slough took part in Takeover Day. They ran the Kids in Museums office for the day, giving their advice and opinions on the 2011 Guardian Family Friendly Museum Award and on what they think of museums work with young … Read more
Added: February 19, 2011Comments: 0