Let's Get Real

Can we reinvent our online cultural offer?

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Partners

This event is made possible with the help of our wonderful sponsors:

 

Conference Partners

Museum of London

The Museum of London tells the story of the capital from its first settlers to modern times. They have sites in central London, Docklands and in Hackney.

https://www.museumoflondon.org.uk/museum-london

 

Rothschild Foundation

The Rothschild Foundation continues the philanthropic tradition of the Rothschild family and their longstanding support of arts and heritage. Central to the Foundation’s vision is an ongoing commitment to Waddesdon Manor, one of the last remaining 19th century Rothschild houses.

The Foundation also supports artistic and cultural institutions across the UK; provides funding and other means of support to charitable initiatives local to Waddesdon; and promotes research, outreach and debate. This allows the Foundation to engage with and address current issues in its main areas of interest: arts and heritage, education, the environment and social welfare.

http://www.rothschildfoundation.org.uk/

 

Conference Supporters

Vernon Systems

Vernon System’s mission is to develop innovative software for cultural organisations to manage and share their collections. Their products are used by hundreds of clients worldwide to manage everything from miniature paintings to blue whale skeletons. The team maintains strong links with the museum and art gallery community, keeping abreast of current developments and initiatives.

http://vernonsystems.com/

 

Surface Impression

Surface Impression is an imaginative and innovative digital media development company based in Brighton. Since the company was founded in 2001, we have specialised in delivering digital communication resources for cultural heritage, education arts organisations and charities.

http://www.surfaceimpression.digital/

 

TeachMeet Sponsor

Waterloo200 Legacy: The Age of Revolution

Waterloo200 Legacy is dedicated to advancing the teaching (and understanding) of The Age of Revolution (1775-1848). This will tell its incredible story through the provision of bespoke educational materials, multi-media technology and partnerships in the educational and cultural landscape. It will broaden the concept of education and form an education offering suited to all key stages, whilst promoting the evolution of our nation’s collective creative culture. To find out more, please contact the charity at W200.Education@gmail.com.

http://waterloo200.org/waterloo-200-legacy/

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Posted February 14, 2017 in: Uncategorized by katemcnab

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