Kids in Museums’ volunteer sign-up administrator Jack Shoulder took a trip to the British Museum to check out its latest exhibition ‘Defining Beauty’.
Defining Beauty at the British Museum takes one long look at Ancient Greek art and asks “is this beautiful?” As this is Greek art, nudity abounds, but the … Read more
Added: May 12, 2015Comments: 0
Kids in Museums volunteer Emma Double took a trip to the Wallace Collection’s new exhibition which showcases the work of Great British painter and President of the Royal Academy, Sir Joshua Reynolds. She discovered some fascinating pieces suitable for adults and children alike.
The exhibition features the Wallace Collection’s remarkable collection … Read more
Added: April 27, 2015Comments: 0
Kids in Museums’ commissioning editor Rhonda Carrier and her boys took on the immersive children’s theatre company’s new ’Journey into the Uncharted’, ‘Against Captain’s Orders’ at the National Maritime Museum in Greenwich.
The thirst for knowledge and the adventures it can take us on is the underlying theme of the latest … Read more
Added: April 18, 2015Comments: 0
Chelsea Coates, Khuslen Ganzorig and Sarah Silva, all just about to take their GCSEs, along with Carol Campbell, Chelsea’s mum, and Emma Bryant, Kids in Museums volunteer, assess the Magna Carta exhibition at the British Library. Meanwhile, our commissioning editor Rhonda Carrier lists other Magna Carta related exhibitions for kids.
‘It … Read more
Added: April 16, 2015Comments: 0
One afternoon over the Easter holidays, Kids in Museums volunteer Sarah Yeneralski set off with her daughter Sophie to The Peacock Theatre in London to watch a performance of My First Ballet: Swan Lake, a joint production between English National Ballet and English National Ballet School.
We were lucky to … Read more
Added: April 14, 2015Comments: 0