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Celts Exhibition, National Museum of Scotland

Organised in partnership with the British Museum, the Celts exhibition was first on display in London before moving up to Edinburgh. It investigates the idea of a shared Celtic heritage across ancient Europe and how modern interpretations of ‘Celts’ have been revived, reimagined and in some cases reinvented over time. 880 more words


Painting the Modern Garden: Monet to Matisse

Painting the Modern Garden: Monet to Matisse

Royal Academy

The Royal Academy’s Painting the Modern Garden is a jubilant celebration of colour, a joyful romp past flowerbeds and herbaceous borders – and that is its problem. 655 more words


Visiting the Amsterdam van Gogh Museum

I presumed kettling only happened during violent protests in London. I wised up during a recent visit to the Vincent van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam. Like other tourists, I found out the hard way, it is this museum’s favoured means of dealing with visitors. 1,095 more words



A guided tour of galleries and artists studios in Margate, which  is on the east coast of England.

Turner Contemporary

Turner Contemporary is one of the UK’s leading art galleries. 155 more words

Unit 2

A Short History of Propaganda

Because of the turbulent history here in Balkans, now we have a museum dedicated to the past and history of today’s non-existent country of Yugoslavia, more precisely its history after the II World War up untill its end in 1991. 353 more words


Museum in Melody

At the time of our visit, the National Museum of Finland was hosting a cool temporary exhibition. It was about the most notable Finnish composer of all time, Jean Sibelius, and his wife Aino. 534 more words


All I want for Christmas is... recycling?

This practice already exists, mostly in schools and waste management firms. However, this is a park in front of a museum. The National Museum of Finland. 13 more words