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Treasure Community Project

What do you Treasure?

What do you treasure? How do you care for things that are important to you? We’ve got so many precious and valuable objects in the Museum. There are sparkly jewels, incredible marble sculptures, exquisite miniatures and amazing paintings round almost every corner. The building is like one giant treasure box waiting to be discovered. This summer […]

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BSL interpreted performance

Rock, pop and sign language

Do you want to learn how to dance like 80′s icon Adam Ant or try on an 18th century wig and learn how to bow/ curtsey like the king’s courtiers? This summer and autumn we have a number of British Sign Language Interpreted (BSL) interactive performances for families as part of our regular Saturday’s Pop […]

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Architectural Drawing with RSH+P

Exciting summer of drawing

  Hello, It’s all about drawing and telling stories with pencil and paper this summer at the V&A. We’ve got activities for children and families every day of the week from Monday 4th - Friday 29th August and we’d love it if you came and joined us. During the week from Monday – Friday, we’ll be in the garden (weather […]

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War Horse puppet making

Sunday 6, 13 & 20 July War Horse Puppetry 10.30 – 17.00 Location: Lunchroom, Level 3 This weekend we’re running the first of our War Horse inspired Drop in Design sessions. Make your own puppet horse and learn how bring it to life using a puppet design created by the original puppeteer of Joey the […]

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Digital Kids – Talking Tudors

With May Half Term fast approaching, we thought that we would show you what we did at Easter! Imagine a gold-framed portrait of a dashingly dressed youth wearing a ruff so large it is barely contained by the frame, adorned with luscious locks and topped with a jaunty hat. Now picture this portrait speaking to […]

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