Symposium 2015

2nd Connected Communities Heritage Network Symposium

The 2nd Connected Communities Heritage Network Symposium was held on 16th January 2015 at the Humanities Research Institute, University of Sheffield, Sheffield.

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  Friday’s Symposium was a great success with over 60 people attending.

You can now view the presentations online by clicking on the title links below.

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Schedule for the day:

8.50        Registration opens  – coffee and tea

9.10        Welcome and Introduction Nick Higgett, DMU and Bob Johnston, University of Sheffield

9.15        The Connected Communities Media Collection connectedcommunities@commedia.org.uk Tamar Millen, Community Media Association tamar.millen@commedia.org.ukConnected Communities Media Collection website: http://ccmc.commedia.org.uk/

9.35        Research for Community Heritage – generating legacies from Cambridge Community Heritage Carenza Lewis, Univesity of Cambridge crl29@cam.ac.uk.  Abstract: Research for Community Heritage – Dr Carenza Lewis

9.55        How lessons learnt from Public Engagement may ensure that First World War community  research projects are not “all over by Christmas” Professor Maggie Andrews maggie.andrews@worc.ac.uk, University of Worcester, Jenni Waugh jenniwaughconsulting.com, Consulting Ltd. Abstract: Jenni Waugh_Maggie Andrews – Proposal_ Connected Communities Symposium   Video

10.15     How do people in Derbyshire value culture, and how can these forms of value be conceptualised?  Martin Simmons, University of Sheffield. Abstract: Martin Simmons Abstract

10.35     Festivals, heritage, boundaries?  How differing interpretations of heritage impact on community connections at cultural festivals Nikki Black, Newcastle University. Abstract: Abstract – Niki Black   Video

10.55     What is Transmitting Musical Heritage: co-production in action Fay Hield, Kate Pahl, and other team members. Abstract: Co-producing Musical Heritage. Video: Transmitting Musical Heritage: Ensemble   Symposium Presentation   Symposium Live Performance

11.15     Q&A followed by Refreshments

11.30     Prototyping Heritage: Collections, Materials and Emerging Approaches to Engagement Gabriella Arrigoni, Tom Schofield, John Bowers. Abstract: Heritage Abstract – G Arrigoni   Video

11.50     Digital Affective Histories – Glossop App Steffan Davies sdavies@dmu.ac.uk, DMU – TBC   Video

12.10     POWKist: Visualising Cultural Heritage Linked Datasets Alison Kay, Gemma Webster, David Beel & Hai Nguyen University of Aberdeen and the iSchool at Northumbria University. Abstract: POWKist – 2ndConnectedCommunitiesHeritageNetworkSymposium   Video

12.30     Co-Creating Heritage: building community assets & enterprise
Dr Fiona Hackney fiona.hackney@falmouth.ac.uk, University of Falmouth and Rachel West  Rachel.West@birminghammuseums.org.uk, Soho House Museum. Abstract: Heritage Network Abstract – Fiona Hackney   Video

12.50     The ACCORD Project (Archaeology- Community Co-Design and Co-production of Research Data): Reflections on Co-production of 3D heritage assets Mhairi Maxwell (ACCORD RA, Digital Design Studio, GSA), Stuart Jeffrey (ACCORD PI, Digital Design Studio, GSA), Alex Hale (ACCORD Co-I, RCAHMS) Sian Jones (ACCORD Co-I, the University of Manchester), Cara Jones (ACCORD partner, Archaeology Scotland). Abstract: ACCORD Project_CCN_HS_AbstractSubmission   Video

1.10        Q&A followed by Lunch and Networking

2.30        Heritage Legacies Workshop Jo Vergunst,  University of Aberdeen. Abstract: Jo Vergunst – Heritage Network Workshop   Video

3.10        How should decisions about heritage be made? Plural Voice, Diverse Tactics Workshop Helen Graham, University of Leeds. Abstract: Helen Graham Abstract   Video

3.50        Refreshments

4.00        Future of the Connected Communities Heritage Network Nick Higgett   Video

4.20        Heritage Legacies – Digital Building Heritage Review  Jenny Wilkinson jmw@gwa.co.uk, DMU  Video

4.40        George Africanus – From Slavery to Freedom and Citizenship  Dr Susanne Seymour and Fanta Manneh fantamanneh@live.co.uk. George Africanus website: http://georgeafricanus.com/   Video

5.00        Close and drinks

 

 

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