Posts by Lisa Middleton
As the festive shopping frenzy continues, staff at the Seized! gallery are warning people not to be fooled by fakes.
The Seized! gallery – based in the Merseyside Maritime Museum at the Royal Albert Dock Liverpool – includes fakes that have been seized by the Border Force, from lice-infested make up brushes to rubbish electricals, fake goods are not the presents you want this Christmas.
The lure of fake goods is that they’re often cheaper. They’re invariably made to look like the real thing, but in the case of electronics, they won’t contain the same parts or be built to EU safety standards, which can be dangerous. Read more…
27 April 2018 by Lisa Middleton
This week, National Museums Liverpool is taking part in a worldwide celebration of culture through #MuseumWeek on social media. Today, the focus is on the impact cultural venues can have on the lives of children and the importance of stimulating their imaginations through art, history and culture.
World Museum is currently home to an exhibition of one of the most fascinating archaeological discoveries in the world – the Terracotta Warriors. The unmissable ‘China’s First Emperor and the Terracotta Warriors’ exhibition features the spectacular warriors from the tomb of China’s First Emperor, created more than 2,000 years ago. The exhibition features child-friendly labels with questions and tasks for kids to get involved in, and there is an exciting programme of sessions developed just for schools.
Schoolchildren can enjoy a once in a lifetime opportunity to see one of most astonishing historical discoveries up close at World Museum, through its ‘World of the Warriors’ sessions. This is a unique chance for school groups to experience the treasures of ancient China, at an exclusive, reduced rate schools only morning, from just £70. Choose a visit to the exhibition or combine with one of two workshops for up to 30 pupils.
The Rise of the Warriors, an immersive, story-based performance (key stages 1 and 2), will see actors take students back in time. They will hunt for the secret to everlasting life, escape being captured by the First Emperor of China, and witness the wonders of his terracotta warriors coming to life in this exciting and interactive theatrical experience.
The Tiger of Qin archaeology workshop (key stage 2) will introduce pupils to the archaeological site from which the Terracotta Army came, explaining their discovery in 1974 and how they were excavated. Taking on the role of junior archaeologists pupils will explore key themes using our handling objects. These themes investigate what made Emperor Qin’s real army so powerful, the innovations he introduced, his legacy and what can we learn from the ancient buried tomb goods.
Find out more about available dates and times to make your booking, plus class resources here
Discover more about Museum Week here or join in today’s hashtag on social media #kidsMW!
21 July 2016 by Lisa Middleton
National Museums Liverpool is up for the Best Customer Focused Business accolade at the City of Liverpool Business Awards tonight.
The annual Awards are a celebration of the thriving business community across the city region and this is the first time we’ve been up for an award. Read more…