Next week the Paul Hamlyn Foundation launches a brand new Resources Website to accompany their Our Museum Initiative. A plethora of videos, audio interviews and documents offer practical examples of active partnership with communities and also illustrate the numerous organisational changes required to become a participatory museum or gallery. Tracy-Ann Smith (chair of DHG) and Brightonart have produced over fifty […]
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We held our summer special picnic and meeting at Kew Gardens which included a memorable tour around the kitchens of Kew Palace. We also learned about Kew’s ambitious Temperate House capital bid which seeks to embed community engagement and opportunities at every level.