Training and Events
Collaborate SE - Network Meeting
Tuesday 20th May 2014
Brighton Museum, Education Pavilion
Tuesday 20 May 2014, 1.00 pm - 4.00 pm
The meetings are an opportunity for you to:
- hear about work with young people across region via short case studies
- share your work with young people during an open forum session
- feed back on where the Network will go next
- apply for funding to support your work with young people.
Collaborate SE has emerged from the South East’s participation in the Cultural Olympiad Project Stories of the World (2009 – 2012). Funding has been secured from Artswork/SE Bridge to develop the network of museums that emerged as a result of participation. The Network is lead by Royal Pavilion Museums and supported by a steering group of Museum Development Officers, previous project partners and Oxford Aspire.
The funding will enable the Network to develop beyond the partner museums involved in Stories of the World by supporting:
- 4 network meetings, one in each of the 4 sub-regions in the SE - to share and disseminate museums work with young people
- the creation of 5 case studies demonstrating the range and scope of work of museums in the SE
- development of the presence of the Network on the SEMDP website
- a small challenge fund to support Network members to develop their work with young people through CPD opportunities.
Please contact Sonia Rasbery, SE Collaborate Network Coordinator via firstname.lastname@example.org for a booking form.
13.00 Arrival, tea & coffee
13.15 Welcome & introduction to the meeting
13.20 Introductions from attendees
13.40 Case study 1: Hastings Museum and Art Gallery
14.00 Case study 2: Royal Pavilion and Museums
14.20 Case Study 3: TBC
14.40 Open Forum - a chance for you to ask questions about the case studies and for you to share the projects you are working on
15.40 Round up - an opportunity for you to feedback about the future direction of the Network
The meeting will take place at:
On arrival please report to reception.
The museum is located in the city centre within the Royal Pavilion estate. The entrance to the museum is in the Royal Pavilion gardens. Buses stop either outside the Royal Pavilion on Pavilion Parade or on North Street, which is five minutes walk from the museum.
Please be aware that parking in Brighton is expensive and it can be difficult to find a car parking space.
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