APAC Study Day 2016 - In Good Company: Working with Partners
Whether it is to commemorate a significant anniversary, to access funding or to share our heritage in new ways, working with partners can open up new opportunities for performing arts collections. Different working cultures, different aims and even different geographic locations can make new partnerships challenging.
This year’s APAC Study Day focuses on sharing advice, case studies and success stories across our membership. If you’re planning a new project or are in the middle of one this day aims to equip you with insights and inspiration, support and advice.
Highlights of the programme so far include:
- Curator-led tour of Rambert and The Lowry’s joint exhibition, Perpetual Movement. Perpetual Movement celebrates the meeting of contemporary visual art with contemporary dance via Rambert’s archive.
- Dr Helen Brooks, University of Kent and Jackie Alexander, Theatre Royal Brighton describe the recreation and performances of three ‘lost’ one–act World War II plays, recovered from the archive.
- Erin Lee, Archivist, National Theatre will present the opening up of the Jocelyn Herbert archive with University of the Arts London, including the creation of a new post-doctoral research fellowship.
Even more highlights will be announced soon.
We look forward to receiving applications for travel grants to attend this useful day.
Plan your travel to the Lowry: