Topic: Manifesto

First World War commemorated at the National Portrait Gallery...

Over 70 young people from across the UK have joined together at the National Portrait Gallery in London to showcase their creative and personal responses to the First World War and its impact on their local areas.

The youngsters are participating in National Memory – Local Stories, a nation-wide … Read more

Added: April 10, 2014Comments: 0

George Catlin American Indian Portraits...

George Catlin was not a name from American history that Kids in Museums volunteer Sarah Howell-Smith was familiar with, so she was looking forward to learning more about the man and his work at the National Portrait Gallery…

Catlin was an artist, entrepreneur and showman from the USA who undertook a … Read more

Added: April 15, 2013Comments: 0

BABIES OUST BREASTS IN 10TH ANNIVERSARY KIDS IN MUSEUMS MANIFESTO...

The 10th anniversary Kids in Museums Manifesto is published. In the first Kids in Museums Manifesto six years ago,  visitors demanded breast feeding facilities. Now that demand has been deleted from the list. Instead, there’s a brand new point among the 20 ways to make a museum more family friendly  … Read more

Added: January 14, 2013Comments: 0

Become a Kids in Museums Volunteer! – Sign up Manager...

We are looking for a new volunteer Sign Up Manager, as our wonderful current manager Kathryn is going to concentrate on her role as our Office Manager and Administrator.

The Sign Up Manager is responsible for processing all the museums, heritage sites, historic homes and visitor attractions that sign up in … Read more

Added: October 3, 2012Comments: 0

Look what a difference the Kids in Museums Manifesto made to the Corinium Museum!...

The Kids in Museums Manifesto is a valuable tool which can have an enormous effect on your museum, as Amanda Hart at the Corinium Museum found out…

We used the Kids in Museums Manifesto to help us draw up a questionnaire that was given to a group of local parents to complete … Read more

Added: October 3, 2012Comments: 1

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