Young people and British Museum curators explore and respond to the stories behind objects and their relevance today.
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Should beautiful objects be admired for their beauty alone?
In collaboration with Brent Young Carers and Camden Crossroads, July 2010
How can a 13,000 year old carving connect with us today?
In collaboration with Westminster Kingsway College, February 2010
What makes an object art?
In collaboration with TBG Learning Camden, September 2009
What happens when weapons are transformed into art?
In collaboration with New Horizon Youth Centre, April 2009
Exploring and learning about a Sikh turban
In collaboration with the Sikh Educational Council, February 2011
What does this sculpture from west Africa mean today?
In collaboration with SOVA national volunteer mentoring organisation, August 2010
A clock? A work of art? Why was the nef built and what did it represent?
In collaboration with Coram, July 2010
Exploring the history of an Akan drum
In collaboration with Kilburn Youth Centre and the Centre for Black Music Research, University of Westminster, August 2009
Exploring a mask from Sierra Leone
In collaboration with young people from London, August 2011
Is the British Museum an object or just a building full of objects?
In collaboration with Westminster Kingsway College, December 2010
Discovering the discus-thrower
In collaboration with African and Caribbean Diversity, 1A Arts and Brent Young Carers, Summer 2011
Do you need to know an object's story to fully understand it?
In collaboration with Camden Chinese Community Centre, July 2009
Using different techniques to explore an object
In collaboration with BMuse, British Museum Youth Panel, December 2011
Reflecting on the objects in the British Museum
In collaboration with Camden Council