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Some of the brilliant Neolithic artefacts made by the kids!

The Aftermath of the BM Children’s Neolithic Workshops…

Made it home to Glasgow after a busy weekend in London running the Neolithic Art workshops for children at the British Museum’s Samsung Digital Discovery Centre. It was loads of fun and the kids did brilliantly – they were great at guessing the answers to my questions in the prehistory gallery, made some lovely wee Neolithic […]

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Neolithic Workshops for the British Museum

This month I’ll be working with the Samsung Digital Discovery Centre at the British Museum to deliver a ‘Neolithic Workshop’ for children aged 7+. The workshop will run at 11am and 2.30pm on the Saturday 22nd and Sunday 23rd March, running for around 2 and a half hours each. The workshop blurb reads: “Learn about […]

Don Valley Figurines, British Museum.

Thinking About Ice Age Art at the British Museum.

*Spoiler alert: for anyone who has yet to see the exhibition and doesn’t want to have too much revealed before they go read with caution!* This week I’ve been hard at work finishing off one of my thesis chapters where I spend a little time discussing the significance of art and archaeology. Consequently, I found myself […]