Coronavirus Conversations: Rethinking Museum Learning and Engagement

12 August, 1500-1600
Free webinar for Individual, Institutional and Commercial members

Join Dhikshana Pering, Head of Engagement and Skills, Somerset House, and MA Board Member, in a panel discussion with Nia Williams, Director of Learning and Engagement, Amgueddfa Cymru – National Museum Wales, Claire McDade, Project Manager: Skylark IX Recovery Project, Dianna Djokey, Communities Curator, John Hansard Gallery and MA Board Member, and Jude Holland, Learning Manager, Barnsley Museums and MA England: North rep, addressing how the sector might approach a radical rethink of how we offer learning and engagement opportunities as museums reopen to visitors.

Taking place on Zoom on Wednesday 12 August 1500-1600, this webinar is for individual, institutional and commercial members of the Museums Association who are interested in how the sector is responding to the Covid-19 pandemic and want to learn more about how museums will have to adapt now and in the future.

Delegates will be able to ask questions and share their own reflections and experiences.

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Please be aware this event is for MA members only.  

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You will be emailed full details of how to join the Zoom webinar on Wednesday 12 August at approx 1130.

This event will be recorded and made available on our website after the event.

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