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January, 2018
25 Thu 3pm - 5pm Researching, Curating and Interpreting Collections
February
8 Thu 3pm - 5pm Working with Collections: A How to guide
22 Thu 3pm - 5pm Case Studies in Collaboration: Digital Projects
March
8 Thu 3pm - 5pm Project Development Workshop
May
3 Thu 3pm - 5pm Heritage: The International Context
17 Thu 3pm - 5pm Careers in the Heritage and Museum Sectors
31 Thu 3pm - 5pm Case Studies in Collaboration: International Projects
June
14 Thu 9am - 5pm Site Visits: Ditchling Museum of Art + Craft and Charleston Farmhouse
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Researching, Curating and Interpreting Collections

Thursday, 25 January, 2018   3pm - 5pm
3rd Floor Seminar Room, Radcliffe Humanities Building, Woodstock Road, OX2 6GG
32 spaces available

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Curating Country House Collections: Matthew Hirst (Curator of The Bedford Collection, Woburn Abbey).

Creative Responses to Historic Collections: Sam Willis (Creative Director & Consultant).

Research at English Heritage Trust: Dr Andrew Hann (Senior Properties Historian, English Heritage Trust)

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