Our Past, Our Stories, Our Future is a cross-sector space in which to explore ideas and share practice, learn new things and creatively engaWe will bring together curators, educators, artists, teachers and young producers to engage with local heritage, share experiences of creative heritage learning programmes and youth-engagement initiatives. The programme has now been announced - please see below for details: 9.00 Registration 9.30 Welcome: Sandeep Mahal, Nottingham UNESCO City of Literature 9.40 Keynote 1: To be announced Carousel 1: Literary Pasts Made Present Room 1 10.00 Kelly O’reilly, Milton’s Cottage Paradise Lost and Found 10.30 Simon Brown, Newstead Abbey and The National Justice Museum Poetic Justice: Opening up heritage venues for pride and protest 11.00 Jacqueline Green, Shakespeare Birthplace Trust and Special Guests Children and the Bard: Engaging young audiences in literary heritage Carousel 1: Literary Pasts Made Present Room 2 10.00 Carolyn Melbourne, D.H. Lawrence Birthplace Museum From Nowt to Summat: Developing a Programme at the DHLBM 10.30 Sean Love, Fighting Words Ireland Creative Writing, Ha Ha Ha! 11.00 Gill Hart, Devonshire Educational Trust Jane Austen Hacks Chatsworth 11.10-11.30 Coffee Break 11.30- 12.10 Panel: Eastwood Comics: Exploring Local Heritage through the Life, Work and Times of DH Lawrence Dylan Calder, PopUp Projects, Carolyn Melbourne, DH Lawrence Birthplace Museum, Rachel Ball, illustrator, young people and teaching staff from Hall Park Academy, Eastwood. 12.50 Morning Roundup 1.00-1.45 Lunch 1.45 Keynote 2 Kate Clanchy, Poet, Educator and Forward Arts Foundation Education Advisor Carousel 2: Improving Access to Heritage for Marginalised Communities Room 1 2.15 Joe Carr, The Britten-Pears Foundation (The Red House) The Summer Film Programme and Young People from Rural Areas 2.45 Annette McCartney and Jasmine Tucker (Pop Up Projects) Creating Stories from Coll
Venue: NTU Events and Conferencing, 30 Burton Street, Nottingham, NG1 4BU
General Admission: GBP 34.99
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