Kids in Museums volunteer, Maggie Monteath, has loved Shakespeare’s plays ever since she did Henry V for O level. As the world celebrates the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death, she’s finding there’s more to his words than meets the eye. Meanwhile, reviews editor, Rachel Job, is discovering that there are … Read more
Added: June 28, 2016Comments: 0
Kids in Museums’ volunteer, Emma Bryant, went to the V&A Museum in London to see ‘Undressed: A Brief History of Underwear’, which tells the history of underwear from the eighteenth century until the present day in the Fashion Temporary Exhibition Space.
This is a medium-sized exhibition showing three centuries of the … Read more
Added: May 23, 2016Comments: 0
Where better than the Science Museum in London to hold an exhibition about the famous inventor and artist Leonardo Da Vinci? Kids in Museums’ news editor Ben Drew went to check it out.
This is not your typical look at Leonardo and his work. Widely known for his paintings of ‘Mona … Read more
Added: March 23, 2016Comments: 0
The Victoria & Albert Museum has always held a great diversity of exhibitions and Kids in Museums’ volunteer Rachael Clarke remembers going to a fashion exhibition there with her mum and sister years ago. Recently she returned to visit their latest exhibition, Curtain Up, which celebrates 40 years of the … Read more
Added: March 16, 2016Comments: 0
Kids in Museums’ volunteer, Joe Carroll, visited Dulwich Picture Gallery to find out more about the Norwegian painter and printmaker Nikolai Astrup, whose rural landscapes aren’t always as they first appear…
I went to Dulwich Picture Gallery knowing very little about Norwegian artist and printmaker Nikolai Astrup. The bold colours of … Read more
Added: February 18, 2016Comments: 0