The Beaney House Of Art & Knowlege
- Website www.canterbury.co.uk/Beaney
There are 9 events at this location
Sorted by title / date & time
All Faiths Or None?
Pupils from Canterbury Academy and Kent College exhibit work responding to the Beaney's displays of objects and images around the themes of world faiths, superstitions and totems.
Saturday 12 November to Monday 2 January, anytime Explorers and Collectors, The Beaney House of Art & Knowledge £1 per child. Self-led activity We'll provide the materials, you provide the imagination. Create your own individual Christmas decoration to take home using our bag of goodies.
Kent Dance Network (KDN) are returning to the Beaney for a week long Residency. Three local dance artists will create dance work inspired by the Beaney collections and spaces in and around the building. Here is a flavour of what you can expect to see from KDN's Dance Artists during the Residency; Laura King from Look…
A Day Of Dance
The week long residency will culminate in a celebratory Day of Dance sharing of work created during the week, along with additional performances from other local dance artists, celebrating all things dance in Kent.
Design A Deadly Dragon!
To celebrate our brand new exhibit, a tiny Saxon dragon pendant now on display, you can create your very own moving dragon to take home! A fun creative activity for the whole family. Drop in.
Dip-In To Dance
As part of the HLF funded RNIB project Sensing Culture, we are offering a free movement and dance taster workshop for people with sight loss. No previous experience required - all ages welcome. Please contact Dani Batchelor on firstname.lastname@example.org or call 01843 603196 to find out more and reserve a place.
Knit & Knatter
Bring your knitting along to this friendly, informal, self-led group. Everyone welcome, whether you're a pro or just knitting your first rows.
Drop in for a seasonal performance from Monday Music singing for better health and wellbeing. Limited seating available. Part of the Sounds Beaney series with Grenville Hancox.
Picturing Faith: An Exhibition Of The Methodist Modern Art Collection
A rare opportunity to view a world class collection of modern art inspired by religious imagery, including works by the likes of Elizabeth Frink and John Reilly. Kent College is delighted that it will be bringing the Methodist Modern Art Collection to Canterbury. The exhibition will offer a rare opportunity to see one of…