are excited to launch our new Investigate Learning team Crerative Arts and
Be inspired and learn more about how the teams plan exhibitions and respond to the collections. Curate your own displays and consider how you would respond to the exhibits.Learn about the roles within the teams and how we work together.Get top tips for handling artefacts and the practicalities for...Read More
How can we support your heritage and creative arts learning?
Come along and explore our stories, artefacts and collections as we plan for the future.
Share your ideas how we can develop the learning offers and outreach opportunities.
Join the Learning team to learn how to use the artefacts and art to create your own exhibition. Influence the direction we take with our new outreach...Read More
For school and college groups wishing to participate in a creative arts workshop in October there will be the exclusive opportunity to have student work displayed in the Usher gallery in our Investigate Learning V & A themed exhibition.
The workshops will focus on a range of art works and techniques in the exhibition. Participating schools will then be given the chance to...Read More
During OPEM we welcomed primary and secondary schools to create art work with the Artists in Residence.
Here you can see Giles Academy students creating sculptures with Michael Shaw, Kesteven and Sleaford Girls High students learning from Ros Lorimer how to be an archaeological illustrator and pupils from Ermine Primary exploring Belen Cerezo’s studio space. Inspirational!...Read More
In the Viking section of the museum of The Collection in Lincoln there is a reconstruction of a Viking comb maker’s workshop.
The comb maker is called Thorfast by the museum staff, this is because in 1867 a comb case was found in Lincoln with a runic inscription on it that reads as “Thorfast made a good comb”.
Work in progress!
This case is now in the British...Read More