Explore Native America with the Brenchley Collection at Maidstone Museum on 1st June 2013 was a great success! Organised and sponsored by Canterbury Christ Church University, the museum event showcased how the Brenchley Collection project and Canterbury Christ Church University’s research is important, and of benefit, to the Maidstone Community. The project aims to teach […]
See the details about the Brenchley event – ‘Explore Native America with the Brenchley Collection’ on Maidstone Museum’s website – click here to view!
Fun, family friendly event! Storytelling session – for ages 5 and under, 50p per child. Come along on the day. Arts and Crafts ‘Make your own Family Totem Pole’ – Sessions at 11am, 12pm and 2.30pm – come along on the day and reserve your place! £2.50 per child, for ages 4+. Brenchley Talk at […]
Coming soon, an exciting launch of the Julius Brenchley Collection website.
HISTORY was brought to life for students of Native American Studies at Canterbury Christ Church University when Giles Guthrie, the collections manager at Maidstone Museum, brought selected objects from the expansive Native North American Brenchley collection and gave an accompanying talk. Led by Native American lecturer Sam Hitchmough, an excellent turnout showed student’s passion for […]