WIRP Workshop: Developing International Partnerships

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
16:50     Close

For further information and to book your place, please contact Dana Andrew.


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