The Rural Museums Network is pleased to launch its 2022 Autumn Seminar Series. Join us for these monthly seminars to hear expert speakers and museum professionals share how rural collections and rural sites can better include a wider range of voices in the stories they tell.
These sessions are on the Zoom platform and are free for members (institutional and individual) and £5 for non-members.
Friday 9 September at 3pm
Join the Rural Museums Network and George Monger ACR to discuss conservation problems facing rural museums across the UK, posed by the audience. If you have a question or topic of interest you would like George to explore, please note this when making your booking on Eventbrite, or email them to firstname.lastname@example.org. Tickets here.
Friday 7 October at 3pm
Niall Logan, chairman of the Scottish Vernacular Buildings Working Group, will trace the history of the longhouse in Scotland from the earliest examples through to survivors today; how they were built, how they functioned, and why there are so few surviving. Tickets here.
Friday 4 November at 3pm