WIRP Workshop: Developing International Partnerships
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Part of the Working Internationally Regional Project (WIRP), this one-day workshop is for regional and local museums and galleries who are developing international partnerships, or interested in doing so.
The aim of the workshop is to enhance the confidence and knowledge of participants, and provide information and practical advice on how to develop international partnerships to deliver successful projects and programmes.
Working Internationally Regional Project Workshop: Developing International Partnerships
Wednesday 5 October 2016, Horniman Museum & Gardens, London
10:30 Registration, refreshments, networking
11:00 Welcome and Introduction
11:15 Understanding Partnerships
11:35 The International Perspective – presentation by Anikó Korenchy-Misz, Director of the Foundation for Museums & Visitors (Hungary) and Learning Manager at the Hungarian Museum of Trade & Tourism + questions
12:00 Building Blocks – case study on international partnerships from Bill Griffiths (Head of Programmes), Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums + group work
13:00 Lunch and networking
14:00 How deep is your love? – case study on UK partnerships to enable international work from Helen Ball (Chief Executive), The Civic, Barnsley + group work
15:00 Facilitated Group Exercise
15:45 Refreshments and Networking
16:05 Happily Ever After – case study from Tim Corum (Director of Curatorial and Public Engagement) , Horniman Museum & Gardens, based on creative programming and community engagement with international partners + questions
16:35 Final Comments
The previous four WIRP Workshops have sold out. As places are limited, we advise early booking to avoid disappointment.
The Working Internationally Regional Project is funded by the Arts Council England Museum Resilience Fund. It is led by ICOM UK in partnership with the National Museum Directors' Council, the British Council, and Heritage Without Borders.