Forging the Frontline: Public policy and communities of cultural practice
Kerry Wilson Monday, July 2nd, 2018
In the latest blog on her Instrumental Values study, the ICC’s Head of Research and AHRC Leadership Fellow Kerry Wilson discusses how she is using a communities of practice research framework to understand the multidisciplinary professional networks that create the real ‘frontline’ of crucial cultural work.
House of Memories Brazil – How Museums Can Meet the Global Dementia Challenge
Rafaela Ganga Saturday, June 30th, 2018
In her latest blog, ICC Research Associate Dr Rafaela Ganga, describes an innovative partnership between the ICC, National Museums Liverpool and Museu Paulista, which has focused on the potential value of the House of Memories dementia awareness training programme in a Brazilian context .
Building Inspiring Dialogues Between Museums – Notes From a Visit to Liverpool
Ina Herbert, Isabela Arruda Friday, June 29th, 2018
In this blog, Isabela Arruda and Ina Herbert from the Museu Paulista recount their experience of an innovative partnership with the ICC and National Museums Liverpool, which has focused on the potential value of the House of Memories dementia awareness training programme in a Brazilian context.
Still on the List – Liverpool’s World Heritage Site, an opportunity to share and develop value?
Tamara West Thursday, June 28th, 2018
In this blog, ICC Research Associate, Tamara West, reflects on the reprieve granted to Liverpool in its efforts to preserve UNESCO World Heritage Site status — considering the next steps that need to be taken locally to safeguard the site and maximise its value to the city.