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.
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.
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 email@example.com Tamar Millen, Community Media Association firstname.lastname@example.org. Connected 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 email@example.com. 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 firstname.lastname@example.org, 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
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 email@example.com, 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
4.00 Future of the Connected Communities Heritage Network Nick Higgett Video
4.20 Heritage Legacies – Digital Building Heritage Review Jenny Wilkinson firstname.lastname@example.org, DMU Video
4.40 George Africanus – From Slavery to Freedom and Citizenship Dr Susanne Seymour and Fanta Manneh email@example.com. George Africanus website: http://georgeafricanus.com/ Video
5.00 Close and drinks