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Invitation: “Engaging with Nottingham Castle Future: Virtual Platforms & Public Engagement with Nottingham Castle User Groups”
You are invited to the Workshop and Seminar: “Engaging with Nottingham Castle Future: Virtual Platforms & Public Engagement with Nottingham Castle User Groups” which will take place on Wednesday 13th February 2019, 9.00-16.00pm, at Nottingham Conference Centre, City Campus, Nottingham Trent University.
To attend, please book your place on the event’s page here: https://www.ntu.ac.uk/about-us/events/events/2019/02/engaging-with-nottingham-castle-future Places are limited.
The workshop concludes a year-long research collaboration between NTU’s Centre for Architecture, Urbanism and Global Heritage, Nottingham Castle Trust, Nottingham Castle Project (NCC) on potential use of smart and immersive technologies in preserving and shaping the Castle history and future. The workshop is supported by the Nottingham Castle Compact partnership between NTU and NCT and was funded by the Global Heritage Research Theme in 2017/2018.
The workshop intends to form an active Nottingham Castle Working Group from NTU researchers and academics engage with research and educational interests and collaboration with the Castle.
It is promising to be a busy and rich venue for public debate and participation on the broader vision of the Nottingham Castle’s Future that involves of different perspectives, and input from a number of stakeholders, researchers, academics, students and public users. The workshop is open to the public as well as academic, research and student communities from Nottingham and beyond. Attendance is free, and coffee and lunch will be provided throughout the day.
Please share the Workshop Program and attached flyer with interested parties, academics, participants and students.
The Workshop Webpage is live here: https://www.ntu.ac.uk/about-us/events/events/2019/02/engaging-with-nottingham-castle-future
We look forward to welcoming you, your collaborators and partners to the workshop.
Professor Mohamed Gamal Abdelmonem, PhD, BSc(Arch), M.Arch, FRSA, FHEA, RIBA
Chair in Architecture & Director, Centre for Architecture, Urbanism and Global Heritage
Lead, Research Theme: Global Heritage- Science, Management & Development
School of Architecture, Design & The Built Environment
Nottingham Trent University
50 Shakespeare Street
Nottingham, NG1 4FQ
Tel: +44 (0)115 8484 690
HERITAGE SYMPOSIUM – Call for Contributions – Papers, Presentations, Panel Sessions, Workshops, Videos, Posters and Performances
Future funding opportunities
Community roles and relationships
Museum and heritage centre closures
This should include the time required (typically 20 mins for presentation and 50 mins for workshops etc) and any resources required.
Based on the AHRC CC Heritage Network Symposium held at the University of Lincoln, in 2016, the Connected Communities Heritage Network has now published the AHRC CC Heritage Network Symposium Proceedings. The document incorporates research on the following topics:
– A VIEW FROM THE OTHER SIDE: “WEST ENDSTORIES” A CASE STUDY OF CO-PRODUCTION Green J
– CIRCULAR STORYTELLING: REIMAGINING STORIES AS A MEANS OF DOING COMMUNITY HISTORIES Ravenscroft N et al
– “A CRACK IN TIME 2015” – IMMERSIVE LEARNING THROUGH PERFORMANCE IN MUSEUM & HERITAGE SETTINGS Rumney P et Scriven N
– INVESTIGATING THE IMPACT OF MOBILE PHONE APPS ON THE EMOTIONAL REACTION AND ENGAGEMENT OF VISITORS TO THE CULTURAL QUARTER, LEICESTER Wilkinson J
The AHRC Connected Communities Heritage Network Symposium Proceedings 2015 could be downloaded here.
The paper is also available at http://www.heritagenetwork.dmu.ac.uk/portfolio/, together with a number of other useful heritage related resources and documents.