Topic: Tate Britain
Kids in Museums volunteer, Maggie Monteath, imagined this exhibition would be like visiting ‘old friends’ but she was in for a surprise…..
The wall of I-pad paintings above a juggling video will capture your family’s interest even before you go in. The first room is a bit crowded and focuses on … Read more
Added: March 31, 2017Comments: 1
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
Kids in Museums project officer Catherine Townsend took her boyfriend’s mum to Tate Britain to experience a new exhibition about the destruction of art.
This exhibition relates to the British reformation as well as combining with modern and contemporary art, all with a surprisingly smooth transition. The theme is based on … Read more
Added: November 17, 2013Comments: 0
The invitation to a time travellers journey through British art was an intriguing one for Kids in Museums volunteer Anita Stevens.
When my children (Isobel 13, and Euan 11) asked me what the invitation was, I couldn’t really answer them and ‘lets just have an open mind’ seemed enough to get … Read more
Added: November 11, 2013Comments: 0
Kids in Museums volunteer, Mar Dixon looks at how the museum is becoming more and more interactive for children and families with the use of apps. In particular she looked at Tate Britain’s new app…
Tate Britain Quiz Trail is a new iPhone app, which is free to download. The objective … Read more
Added: May 24, 2012Comments: 0