There are still a few places available at the next WIRP Workshop, which will focus on developing international partnerships. The workshop is for museums and galleries who are developing international partnerships, or interested in doing so. The workshop will blend learning from case studies and facilitated group work, and include time for networking with speakers and other participants.
The event, which will take place on 5 October 2016 at Horniman Museum & Gardens in London, will feature case studies from senior management staff from museums and galleries across the UK – Bill Griffiths (Head of Programmes at Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums), Tim Corum (Director of Curatorial & Public Engagement at the Horniman Museum & Gardens), Helen Ball (Chief Executive at The Civic, Barnsley). There will also be a speaker from Europe sharing their international perspective of developing international partnerships.
The cost of the workshop for individuals and organisations with more than 20,000 visitors per year is £35, with a reduced fee of £25 for smaller organisations with less than 20,000 per year. The fee includes refreshments, lunch, and a delegate pack. for further information and to book your place, please see here