Posts tagged with 'family activities'
26 January 2018 by Matt
On 10 February the Museum of Liverpool will begin its celebrations for Chinese New Year with a special day of free events organised with Liverpool’s Confucius Institute. There will be lion dancing, martial arts, Chinese traditional music and dancing. The performances will be from 1pm to 3pm. There will also be a Chinese Calligraphy workshop from 12noon to 4pm. Please come and share the day with us. Read more…
12 January 2018 by Stef
Find out more about the fantastic family events coming up at International Slavery Museum with Education Demonstrator Yazz:
“I hope you all enjoyed visiting the International Slavery Museum in 2017. Dorcas Seb’s spoken work performance for Human Rights Day was a highlight of the year for me! What was your highlight of 2017?
It’s a new year and there are more exciting events to come as part of our 10th anniversary programme- I think that 2018 might even prove to be our best year yet!
We have some fantastic special events coming up for families and our younger visitors. Are you looking for fun, free activities for all the family? If so, now is the time to sit back, relax with a cup of tea and let me tell you what events are coming up for you.
January is packed with creative family workshops and you can even join us to learn new skills in two amazing artist-led workshops. Read more…
6 October 2017 by Sarah
This week’s blog is by Yazz Vanducci, Education Demonstrator at the Museum. It highlights our events for Black History Month, as well as updating you on what’s happening for families! –
“What a busy time it’s been for the team at the International Slavery Museum! Firstly, we celebrated Slavery Remembrance Day (our 18th one) on 23 August and now we are in Black History Month.
Before I mention what’s going on for Black History Month, I would like to tell you some the new and exciting projects our team have been working on.
These include new family sessions exploring African myths and legends where we look at the many different stories from all over Africa and then create some of the characters from the stories.
You can also come to our gallery and learn about the Underground Railroad and some of the heroic journeys that people undertook as well as the people themselves like Harriet Tubman and William and Ellen Craft. Read more…
13 February 2017 by Laura
We can’t wait to embrace the vibrant colours and noise of traditional Chinese New Year to the gallery this half-term. Read more…
1 December 2016 by Laura
Anyone who has visited the Museum of Liverpool over the past couple of weeks could not fail to notice our giant new addition! The 18 foot Blackler’s Santa stands proudly in the Atrium and greets visitors with his jumbo smile. Read more…
14 November 2016 by Jo Keenan
The Education team at the Lady Lever Gallery have been working with Sixth Form students at Weatherhead High School as part of their leadership programme planning a Takeover Day on Saturday 19 November as part of a national event.
Takeover Day is a celebration of children and young people’s contributions to museums, galleries, arts organisations, archives and heritage sites. It’s a day on which they are given meaningful roles, working alongside staff to participate in the life of the museum or gallery. Read more…
If you’re heading into the city for the River of Light on Saturday 5 November, make a day of it with free events at the Museum of Liverpool, Merseyside Maritime Museum, the International Slavery Museum and the Seized! gallery.
Staying open later until 6pm on 5 November, there are crafts, puppet-making and Titanic object handling, plus the chance to see exhibitions Read more…
2 November 2016 by Jo Keenan
The Education team at the Lady Lever Art Gallery have launched new resources for family visitors as part of our Heritage Lottery Funded project work.
The resources link to the recently refurbished South End galleries and are free to borrow from the Welcome Desk on arrival. Read more…
27 October 2016 by Andrew
Enjoy a spooktacular school holiday this week with fiendishly good events at National Museums Liverpool.
From creepy crafts to a spooky tour, there’s plenty to keep the whole family entertained at our museums and galleries.