An interesting find : #MuseumHour chat about Collaborating in Museums
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I think in terms of sharing knowledge and having discussions should not be limited to regions though. Platforms like#museumhour is useful.
A regular meeting perhaps at a place where we can all reach can be good#museumhour
We’ve created a ‘Museum Think Tank Berlin’ for staff from across museums to come together & share ideas.#museumhour
in the days of email, Skype & social media is it as easy to work with partners in other parts of the country as yr own region?#museumhour
Regions can be more significant than capitals e.g. North of England, home of industrial revolution & power behind British Empire #museumhour
We emphasise our position at heart of the High Weald as permanent landscape region more than an ephemeral local govt region #museumhour
in Bristol people won’t blink at travelling to London to see an exhibition, but don’t think about going to Birmingham.Why?#MuseumHour
#museumhour Regional fairs – a great way to celebrate local heritage. Apple Festival from the Huon, Tasmania.
#museumhour In OZ our museums operate under Fed, State and Local gov’t. Different funding, public holidays & recipes for ginger nut biscuits
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We support two volunteer-run museums in the High Weald – Cranbrook & Eden Valley – through the Museum Mentor role
Our collecting policy covers the Cotswolds region #museumhour