National Museums Liverpool launch an exciting new pro
Farnham Maltings wants to support South East based theatre-makers in their towns and villages to create new work right now which responds to and supports our communities in these extraordinary and difficult times.
They are offering a limited programme of grants from £500 to £5000 to support artists to create theatre experiences with and for their community.
Google Art and Culture have virtual tours of around 2,500 museums and their collections from around the world, including the British Museum, ready for you to explore while at home during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Discover the collections on offer on Google Arts and Culture here.
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THE first full English translation of the 400-year-old Latin medical casebook of Shakespeare’s son-in-law, the prominent physician John Hall (1575–1635), gives a new and rare insight into his career and the medical practises of the 17th
A pilot Extended Reality (XR) project will give visitors their first chance to see virtually inside Shakespeare’s New Place — 260 years after his grand family home in Stratford-upon-Avon was demolished.
Paris, 29 October 2019 – The winners of the 2019 European Heritage Awards / Europa Nostra Awards, Europe’s top honour in the field, were celebrated with the Grande Soirée du Patrimoine Européen at the recently restored Théâtre du Châtelet in Paris. On this occasion, Plácido Domingo, President of Europa Nostra, announced the 7 Grand Prix laureates. The Grand Prix winners were selected by a jury of experts and the Board of Europa Nostra from among this year’s 25 winning achievements.
While the rest of the country begins unearthing dusty boxes of decorations from the attic, preparations for Waddesdon’s Christmas visitors start in a less conventional way; by ‘putting the house to bed’.
Waddesdon’s unique festive preparations begin in October, when rooms throughout the house are meticulously cleaned and packed away, ready for essential conservation work to take place. As part of this annual process 54 shutters are closed, 349 plates, knives and forks are packed away, and 140 light switches are turned off.
A kickstarter campaign is underway to fund building the UK’s first Museum of Youth Culture and it's reached it's initial fundraising milestone of raising the money to make it happen.
Having collected photographs, clothing and rave ephemera over the years, the online archive called Youth Club, has been looking for funding for a permanent Museum of Youth Culture in London – designed to be a free education space including a darkroom and gallery. The plan is to launch the museum next year, in 2020.