Start time: 12:00 / End time: 13:00 / Date: 08 Feb 2021
Open to: Students within this Faculty / Staff within this Faculty / Any UOL students / Any UOL staff / Any potential undergraduate students / Any potential postgraduate students / Any potential international students / University of Liverpool Alumni / General Public
Cost: This is a free event, however please register via the Eventbrite link provided for event Zoom link details
Contact: For more information contact Prof. Claire Taylor at email@example.com
About the event
Speakers: Lucia Brandi and Claire Taylor
Imagine a museum made just for you... about you… by you… What would it contain? What stories would it tell? How would it be different - or similar - to other museums? ‘A Museum for Me’ is a wonderful suite of creative, thought-provoking materials and activities for children or adults, in English or Spanish. See how easily you can build your own mini-museum or theatre, curate your own gallery exhibition, write an historical timeline, create an eternal calendar, or watch and listen as those who have lived through war and peace, exile and lockdown, use objects, images, and sounds to record their memories.
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