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Making Connections: Collaboration in Research and Practice: Friday 10th January

Conference Programme

8:45-9:25 Registration and collection of conference packs

9:30-10:45 Official welcome and Keynote Presentation by Professor Nigel Llewellyn, Tate 

10:45-11:00 Coffee break

11:00-12:30 Session 1: Approaches

Panel 1: Reconnecting Sloane: Texts, Images, Objects

Victoria Pickering – ‘The Reconnecting Sloane CDAs’

Felicity Roberts – ‘Challenges of the Reconnecting Sloane CDAs’

Alice Marples –  ‘Benefits of the Reconnecting Sloane CDAs’

Panel 2: Art Practice and Collaboration

Leah Armstrong – ‘Professionalism and the Designer: Connecting Past and Present’

John Hartley – ‘Colm Cille’s Spiral: Unsettling the Academy Through Time and Practice’

Sophie Bocksberger, Caroline Potter and Helen Slaney – ‘Ancient Dance and Modern Dancers’

Ellie Pridgeon and Paul Dryburgh – ‘Archives and the Arts: Some Current Collaborative Projects’

12:30-2:00 Lunch and networking

2:00-3:30 Session 2: Connections

Panel 1: Negotiating institutional relationships

Gabriella Arrigoni – ‘Connecting Cities: Collaborative Curating across a Transnational Network’

Cathal Rogers -‘What Happens When Cultural Institutions and Academics Collaborate’

Frances Rylands – ‘Creative Collaborations: Negotiating Arts and Sciences on the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site’

Peter Merrington – ‘Negotiating Territory: Collaboration and Curatorial Research Practice in the Contemporary Art Festival’

Panel 2: Digital, Media, Message, Audience

Jonathan Bowen – ‘Museum Collaboration Through Online Communities’

Tula Giannini – ‘Pratt Institute Partners with Brooklyn’s Museums and Libraries for Research, Education and Creating the Brooklyn Visual Heritage Website’

Ioanna Zouli – ‘BMW Tate Live: The Dynamics of the Medium and the Challenges of Research Practice’

Peter Jones- ‘The Audience is the Message?’

3:35-17:05 Session 3: Legacies and Reflections

Panel 1: Public Engagement through Collaboration

Melissa Butcher and Luke Dickens –
‘Community Filmmaking and Cultural Diversity: Practice, Innovation and Policy’

Jane Eade- ‘Pictured and Seen’

Panel 2: Reflections

Alice Insley – ‘Painter and Place: A Regional Museum with an Internationally Significant Collection’

Tom Overton- ‘The John Berger Archive at the British Library’

Duncan Shields- ‘Digging up Photographs: Excavating the Photographic Collections at the British Museum’

Megan Leyland- ‘“To Promote Historic and Aesthetic Education”: Creative Collaborations at Lamport Hall’

17:10-17:30 Closing response from Suzanne Bardgett, IWM


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