Learn how to develop and deliver co-creation policies, practice and projects in your museum. In this study day you will gain first-hand experience from hands-on practice-based sessions and walk away with actionable next steps that you can take back to your museum.
Working in small groups with a welcoming and supportive atmosphere, you will benefit from expert advice and guidance and will have the opportunity to devise your own co-creation models that respond practically to museum scenarios involving communities, collections and collaboration.
Places on this study day are limited to help create the most engaging and productive learning experience for participants.
How to Develop and Deliver Co-creation Policies, Practice and Projects in Your Museum
Study Day, 28 February 2023, Wellcome Collection, London
Workshop leader: Stephen Welsh (he/him) is an independent curator, consultant and creative producer with over 15 years’ experience of developing and delivering a diversity of arts, culture and heritage projects. From 2007 until 2020 he was the Curator of Living Cultures and Acting Deputy Head of Collections at Manchester Museum, the University of Manchester. Previously he was Project Curator at the International Slavery Museum, National Museum Liverpool. Since 2016 he has been a North committee member for The National Lottery Heritage Fund and has also sat on committees for the Islamic Art and Material Culture Subject Specialist Network and the Royal Northern College of Music Collection of Historic Instruments. He was recently appointed a trustee at Homotopia, the UK’s longest running LGBTQIA+ arts and culture festival.
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