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Workshop 1 - Organisations

WORKSHOP 1 AGENDA

(Multi)Cultural Heritage: New Perspectives on Public Culture, Identity and Citizenship

Arts & Humanities Research Council (AHRC) Leadership Fellowship AH/P008984/1

28 February 2018: Kommunity, Newcastle

  • 11am: Welcome - Susan Ashley, Northumbria University. Introduction to the (Multi)Cultural heritage project.
  • 11:15am: Show and Tell - a 5-10-minute introduction from each organisation using an object that represents what they do.
  • 12:15pm: Lunch - Wildflower Foods presents a Mexican-themed vegetarian buffet
  • 1pm: Group discussion 1 – ‘Motivations’ – Breakouts into small groups then reassemble for group discussion
  • 1:45pm: Group Discussion 2 – ‘Issues’- Breakouts into small groups then reassemble for group discussion
  • 2:30pm: Next Steps? – Next workshop (May/June) will work on ‘what is heritage?’ in your personal and organisational context. Ideas for research directions for the project.

Workshop 1 ppt

Workshop 1 summary

Workshop 2 - Heritage

WORKSHOP 2 AGENDA

(Multi)Cultural Heritage: New Perspectives on Public Culture, Identity and Citizenship

Arts & Humanities Research Council (AHRC) Leadership Fellowship AH/P008984/1

24 May 2018: Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art, Manchester

  • 10am: Field Trip – Manchester Jewish Museum – Meet at Victoria train station, 9:40
  • 11:30am: Welcome and Introductions – Susan Ashley, Northumbria University
  • 12pm: Your Heritage Activities - a 5-10-minute discussion from each organisation about one activity they consider to be ‘heritage’ oriented, and why.
  • 1pm: Lunch - CfCCA presents a Chinese-themed vegetarian buffet
  • 1:30pm: Group discussion 1 – ‘What is Heritage?’ – Breakouts into smaller groups then reassemble for group discussion
  • 2:30pm: Group Discussion 2 – ‘Heritage Issues’- Breakouts into smaller groups then reassemble for group discussion
  • 4pm: Next Steps? – Workshop 3 (October) “Impact”: your organisation plus ideas for this project.

Workshop 2 ppt

Workshop 2 summary

Workshop 3 - Impacting

WORKSHOP 3 AGENDA

(Multi)cultural Heritage:New Perspectives on Public Culture, Identity and Citizenship

Arts & Humanities Research Council (AHRC) Leadership Fellowship AH/P008984/1

6 November 2018: Kommunity, Market St, Newcastle

  • 10am: Welcome, Introductions and Updates – Susan Ashley, Northumbria University
  • 10:30am: Your Impact - a 5-10-minute discussion from each organisation about the impact of their organisation on ‘culture’ and ‘heritage’ or ‘identity’ in their community.
  • 12pm: Guest Antonia Canal – HLF Development Officer and Museum Detox speaker will address ideas on ‘impact’ and decolonising museum spaces.
  • 1pm: Lunch - a Persian-themed buffet prepared by Rose Restaurant
  • 1:30pm: Group discussion 1 – ‘Impacting’ – Breakouts into smaller groups then reassemble for group discussion
  • 2:30pm: Group Discussion 2 – ‘This Project’s Impact – Planning a Final Event’ - Breakouts into smaller groups then reassemble for group discussion
  • 3:45pm: Next Steps? – Workshop 4 (March 2019) ‘Policy’: ideas and subgroup for impacting policy.

Workshop 3

Workshop 3 - The White Privilege Test

Workshop 4 - Policy

WORKSHOP 4 AGENDA

(Multi)Cultural Heritage: New Perspectives on Public Culture, Identity and Citizenship

Arts & Humanities Research Council (AHRC) Leadership Fellowship AH/P008984/1

9 April 2019: Northumbria University, Sandyford Building 304, Newcastle

  • 9:30am: Welcome, Introductions and Updates – Dr Susan Ashley, Principal Investigator, (Multi)Cultural Heritage project
  • 9:45am: Partners and Policy – brief discussion from each partner organisation in the (Multi)Cultural Heritage project about a cultural policy issue that they have faced that has affected or impacted their organisation
  • 11:15am: Break
  • 11:30am: Agencies and Policy – Five agencies involved in heritage present a brief talk about their policies and decision-making that address inequalities, followed by questions and discussion. Participants: 
  1. Georgina Holmes Skelton, Head of Government Affairs, National Trust
  2. Liz Ellis, Policy Adviser Communities and Diversity, National Lottery Heritage Fund
  3. Don O’Meara, Science Advisor North East and Hadrian’s Wall, Historic England
  4. Habib Rahman, Councillor, Newcastle Council
  5. Bill Griffiths, Head of Programmes, Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums
  6. David Gaffney, Senior Relationship Manager for Diversity, Arts Council England
  • 1pm: Summary. Update on 24 May Whose Heritage Symposium
  • 1:15pm: Lunch - a Caribbean-themed buffet
  • 2:15pm: Partner meeting and discussion
  • 3:30pm: Conclusion

Workshop 4 ppt

Workshop 4 summary

Workshop 4 - Policy Manager Reflections

 


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