The organisation I work for, Culture&, is curating a really exciting night of music, film and performances at the Wellcome Collection on Friday 15th March on the theme of Cyborgs. Culture& is excited to announce ‘Cyborgs’, our Friday Late Spectacular curated in collaboration with the Wellcome Collection. Join us for an evening of irreverent performance, conversation and cocktails where we’ll rethink the boundaries we perceive … Continue reading Cyborgs: Friday Late at the Wellcome Collection
Last week I went to the ICOM Committee for Education and Cultural Action (ICOM-CECA) conference in Tbilisi, Georgia #ceca2018 Thank you to the International Council of Museums – ICOM UK for sponsoring me to come with a travel grant. Tbilisi is a beautiful city and we were looked after so well at our host site, the Georgian National Museum / საქართველოს ეროვნული მუზეუმი In my … Continue reading ICOM CECA conference 2018
In the 1900’s, Lionel Nathaniel de Rothschild (1882 – 1942) kept Flamingos as pets in the grounds of his home in Gunnersbury Park. So when I was commissioned to create a new Early Years’ series of workshops and resources for babies and toddlers for Gunnersbury Park Museum, choosing a Flamingo as a mascot for the programme seemed like a natural fit. Flamingos are inquisitive, friendly … Continue reading Little Flamingos Club
I am delighted to say that Poppy Szaybo and I have started working as Associates on Heritage Learning projects. Poppy is brilliant and I know we will work really well together. I can’t wait to combine our joint experience to work creatively together. Our first piece of work is creating schools resources and some case studies for the fantastic Immortalised project for Historic England. Immortalised is … Continue reading Immortalised
Am so happy to have been accepted to present a paper on my PhD research at the Personification Across Disciplines conference this September at Durham University. I will be presenting a paper on how we describe heritage sites and spaces as retaining the personalities of people connected to them in the past. I was inspired by a conversation I had with Hilary Mantel when I … Continue reading Echoes from the past
Since November last year I’ve been working with charity Heart n Soul on a new Key Stage 2 schools page for their Big 30 website. Heart n Soul is a creative arts charity that believes in the power and talents of people with learning disabilities. It is based at the Albany in Deptford and it’s been an absolute pleasure to work with them on this. … Continue reading Everyone’s different, let’s celebrate it!
Join us for the first GEM London Twilight event of 2018 at Salters’ Hall on Thursday 25 January 18:00-20:30 to explore the Top Tips for job hunting in the Museum sector. From applications (rejections and successes!), interviews, career approaches and identifying your own strengths and USP, our fabulous guest speakers and facilitators share their expertise through a series of interactive workshops. BOOK now OPENING ACT: … Continue reading GEM Twilight CPD – Happy New Year Happy New Job!