(En)gauging audience data & research within museums and heritage

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The Tower of London

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A twilight symposium on researching audiences within museums and heritage sites.

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This half-day symposium will consider the current research environment of the Independent Research Organisation (IRO), particularly how this sits within individual IRO organisational structures. Its primary intention is to prompt an insightful multi-sector conversation around working practice within IRO research cultures, with particular reference to research on IRO audiences. The symposium arises from work on the AHRC-funded Lest we Forget project at Historic Royal Palaces, led by Dr Megan Gooch.

The afternoon will consist of three interlinked sessions; a keynote presentation from Rebecca Bailey (Head of Exhibitions & Outreach, Historic Environment Scotland), an interactive, participatory workshop and a chaired panel discussion with leading academics and practitioners.

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This twilight event has been designed for museum/heritage practitioners and stakeholders, particularly those working within IROs.

Please note that to ensure broad and balanced representation across IROs and related organisations, attendee places will be limited to three representatives per organisation. In the event of remaining tickets, these will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.

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