The final programme for the next WIRP Workshop, which will focus on developing international partnerships, has been confirmed.
The programme for the event, which will take place on 5 October 2016 at Horniman Museum & Gardens in London, is as follows:
10:30 Registration, refreshments, networking
11:00 Welcome and Introduction: Carol Ann Scott, Chair, ICOM UK and Katie Childs, Policy & Projects Manager, NMDC
11:15 Understanding Partnerships: Lucy Marder, Cultural Partnerships Officer, South East Museum Development (Hampshire Solent)
11:35 The International Perspective: presentation and questions, Anikó Korenchy-Misz, Director of the Foundation for Museums & Visitors (Hungary) and Learning Manager at the Hungarian Museum of Trade & Tourism.
12:00 Building Blocks: Case study drawing on skill sharing & training partnerships + group work, Bill Griffiths (Head of Programmes), Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums
13:00 Lunch and networking
14:00 How deep is your love? Case study on UK collaboration to deliver international touring exhibitions + group work, Helen Ball (Chief Executive), The Civic, Barnsley
15:00 Facilitated Group Exercise
15:45 Refreshments and Networking
16:05 Happily Ever After: Case study based on creative programming and community engagement + questions, Tim Corum (Director of Curatorial and Public Engagement), Horniman Museum & Gardens
16:35 Final comments and discussion
For further information and to book your place, please contact Dana Andrew.