IMA forum: Education and Outreach 2019
17 Jul 2019
Recordings from our events are available to IMA members as part of our membership benefits package.
The IMA education and outreach forum is the main event for educators working the museum and related sectors. Taking a practice-based approach, the short 15-minute presentations range from policy development to engaging with hard-to-reach communities:
Diversity and Inclusion World Café at the National Library of Ireland - Maeve Casserly, Exhibitions, Learning, and Programming (ELP), National Library of Ireland.
14 Henrietta Street: A case study in audience-centered thinking - Aalia Kamal, Head of Engagement and Gemma Sexton, Head of Visitor Experience, Dublin City Culture Company
‘Reimagine, Remake, Replay’- Engaging young people with heritage through digital and creative technologies - Tríona White Hamilton, Development Officer, Northern Ireland Museums Council and Jamie Austin, Causeway Coast and Glens Museum Service
Culture Club Evolution - Siobhan Pierce, Education Officer for Archaeology and Natural History and Annie Birney, Museum Educator for Archaeology, National Museum of Ireland.
Coding Culture: Closing the Gap between History and Technology - Claire Murray, Head of Education, Irish Family History Centre and Shannon Wilson, Education and Outreach Officer, EPIC The Irish Emigration Museum.
Working to Become Dementia Friendly - Rachel Toner, Visitor Engagement Officer, Armagh Robinson Library
Connecting people, places and heritage - Gary Martin, Outreach Officer, Cavan Co Museum
Living Inside: six voices from the history of prison reform - Brian Crowley, Curator of Collections, Kilmainham Gaol Museum; and Oisín Wall, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Centre for the History of Medicine in Ireland, UCD
Curious Creatures: A Community Outreach Project at the Hugh Lane Gallery - Kimberly Ann Griffith, Fulbright Scholar, Hugh Lane Gallery
Click here to email the IMA office to request password access to the recordings.