Engaging with Cultural and Heritage Organisations

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Visit by the Independent Research Organisation Consortium For the Arts and Humanities. Workshop: Developing Partnership Potential for Ciultursal Organisatiomnds and Higher Education to Work Together.
Representation included Northern Bridge Directors from Newcastle, QUB and Ulster Universities (Re Collaborative Doctoral Awards); British Museum,
Research Historic Royal palaces, National Gallery (London), English Heritage, NMNI, The National Archives, National MUseums Scotland, Historic England, National Trust NI Vice Chancellor Research and Enterprise QUB, and Academics from QUB and Ulster University. Morning Panel Discussion 1 Developing partnerships:The Potential for Cultural Organisations and Higher Education top Work Together. Panel Discussion 2 Collaborative Doctoral Partnerships: the benefits and the challenges Followed by Invitation-only afternoon workshop session Collaboration Between Academics and Cultural /Heritage Sector Institutions in a Digital Era ; Textual cultures, Material Cultures, Visual,Cultures, Spatial Cultures. (included KF as Northern Bridge Ulster director, visual and material culture academic and nmni trustee)
Period11 Sept 2019
Event typeWorkshop
LocationBelfast, United KingdomShow on map


  • Collaboration
  • Doctoral
  • Museums
  • Heritage