Nottinghamshire Heritage Conference & Awards 2014

Nottinghamshire Heritage Conference & Awards 2014
Nottinghamshire Heritage Conference & Awards: 17th July 2014

The Nottinghamshire Heritage Awards are an opportunity to gather with colleagues and stakeholders, celebrate the work of Nottinghamshire’s heritage organisations and showcase best practice. This year, the Nottinghamshire Heritage Awards are in partnership with Nottingham Trent University to launch the University’s Centre for Public History and Museum & Heritage Management.

There will be a mini-conference in the afternoon, where history and heritage experts will explore issues such as comemorating WWI from a German perspective and how you can engage your audiences.

Tim Desmond, CEO of the National Centre for Citzenship and the Law and pioneer of the museums’ republic concept will then give an inaugural lecture.

The evening will end in drinks and birthday cake to celebrate the anniversary of the forum.

All parts of the event are free and you are welcome to attend all of the event or just parts. 

Programme

3.30 – Registration & refreshments

3.50 – Welcome by Neville Stankley

4.00 – Keynote speech from Dr Bill Niven: Germany and Memory of the World Wars

4.40 – Keynote speech (speaker TBC)

5.20 – Plenary from Neville Stankley

5.30 – Hot buffet, drinks and networking

6.30 – Tim Desmond Inaugural Lecture

7.15 – Networking, drinks and nibbles

7.45 – Nottinghamshire Heritage Awards

8.45 – Networking, drinks and birthday cake

To book your FREE place, visit https://nottsheritage2014.eventbrite.co.uk

Booking closes at 1pm on 7th July.

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