Event Description Interested in co-creation and how it can be affectively used to develop interpretation and design in your heritage/ cultural setting? This talk will give an overview of the National Lottery Heritage Fund (NLHF) funded Our Museum project at Poole Museum and explore the co-creative process used to […]
Jo Loosemore considers the ethical issues faced in creating an exhibition marking 400 years since the sailing of the Mayflower. The story of the Mayflower’s voyage has come to define England’s relationship with America, yet it has also denied indigenous Americans their part in this history. What lessons have we really learned […]
Event Description How can museums and heritage organisations react to the huge changes we face, including Covid, Black Lives Matter and the climate emergency? What help is available and what practical steps can be taken to address these seismic changes and create a sustainable, vibrant and innovative sector? In the […]
James Peto is the Project Director of the collections gallery at the Wellcome Collection where the vast collection of objects, archives and artworks was largely assembled by Sir Henry Wellcome and his agents between 1890 and 1936 to facilitate a better understanding of the “art and science of healing throughout the ages”.
Guest speaker Philip Walker, Head of Culture at Gloucester City Council shares learning in this interactive session