The British Museum will be commemorating the centenary of the First World War with an exhibition about German art medals entitled ‘The Dance of Death’.
Funding for New Zealand’s First World War commemorations has been announced, and it will cover a variety of exciting projects designed to involve whole communities.
The grant will fund a project to restore a B-type London bus that was once used on the Western Front.
A number of new projects and initiatives marking the First World War Centenary have recently been announced.
On Wednesday 6 March, The Herbert Museum and Art Gallery in Coventry hosted a meeting about the First World War Centenary for organisations in the West Midlands region.
A number of projects planned by members of the IWM First World War Centenary Partnership have recently been announced.
The IWM-led First World War Centenary Partnership Programme – the network of international organisations that are coordinating plans to mark the Centenary – now has over 800 members.
A panel of experts convened at IWM London on 19 December 2012 to offer their advice on the museum’s First World War Centenary digital projects.
The Royal Air Force Museum is asking members of the public to vote for what they would like to see in a major exhibition to mark the centenary of the First World War in 2014.
Funding has been secured by the Snowdonia National Park Authority (SNPA) to turn the home of First World War poet, Hedd Wyn, into a museum and interpretation centre.