Watch our Virtual Seminar of the Museums of the Future 2020's Sector Study: Voices of Museums.
which took place on 25th September 2020, with the participation of leading museums, heritage institutions and stakeholders in the UK and Abroad.
25 September 2020
In this highly anticipated event, MoF team has invited all our museums partners and stakeholders to share their views on the challenges facing the sector and collectively analyse and debate the Sector Survey with a look into uncertain futures in light of the extended impact of COVID-19 impact.
During the Research Seminar, MoF Team has launched the consultation draft of the Sector Survey 2020, based on a compressive study and interviews with over 24 partners and stakeholders from the museum sector nationally and internationally.
13 February 2019
Following two years of collaboration and investigation go innovative digital solutions to record and preserve Nottingham Castle and recapture its collections and historic structure into virtual experiences, this workshop and seminar was designed to bring together Nottingham Castle stakeholders and uaergroups to look at a ground-breaking Virtual tour of the Castle's main Galleries of the Ducal Palace, whilst the actual site was not accessible to the public.
During the workshop, we have launched an experimental models of the Castle VR Environment with testing models of interactive display of gallery paintings through moving into actual digital model of the castle, as it was before the renovations.
11-13th October 2018
On 11-13th October 2018, as part of an ongoing collaboration between NTU’s Chris Reynolds and National Museum’s Northern Ireland, a three-day event was held at Belfast’s Ulster Museum entitled ‘Northern Ireland’s 1968 and Beyond’.
Reynolds’ project with National Museum's Northern Ireland has evolved in three stages from an initial consultation on how this period is handled in the Ulster Museum’s permanent galleries, to the curation of an extended exhibition entitled ‘Voices of 68’ hosted at the Ulster Museum between 5th September - 15th October 2018. Two travelling versions of the exhibition have also been created and are currently touring to in excess of 25 destinations in the UK and Ireland, including, Belfast, Derry/Londonderry, London, Dublin, Cork, Manchester and Liverpool. Furthermore, a digital version of the exhibition is to be displayed at a number of events in the USA.