An event by London Museums Group and Hackney Museum
Monday 29th February
Time – 12.30 – 5pm
Venue – Terrace Gallery, Museum of London
This event will explore how processes of organisational change can help museums to embed active community engagement and participatory ways of working into the core of their work, even at challenging times.
Hackney Museum was one of the seven museums and galleries to take part in the Paul Hamlyn Foundation’s Our Museum (2012-2015) national initiative, and we are partnering with them on this event to discuss the experiences and findings of the programme.
The programme grew out of ‘Whose Cake is it Anyway?’, a report by Bernadette Lynch who will join us as a speaker at this event.
Registration and networking lunch (a free lunch is provided)
Judy Willcocks, LMG Chair
Background to the Our Museum programme and provocations
Dr Bernadette Lynch, Researcher, Consultant and Lecturer
Hackney Museum’s experience of the process and findings
Niti Acharya and Emma Winch, Hackney Museum
Tyne and Wear Museum’s experience of the process and findings
Iain Watson, Director of Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums
Refreshments and discussion
Resources, outcomes and what’s next and Q&A / Discussion
Piotr Bienkowski, Director of the Our Museum Programme
Panel discussion between all four speakers and the audience
If you have any enquiries please contact Alex Murphy, Events Coordinator on firstname.lastname@example.org.
This event is supported by: