On Tuesday 6th March 6 – 8pm, we are teaming with the Chester Beatty Library, to put on a night that gives makers and museums people a chance to learn from each other. The night in the library, will be filled with a mix of makers from the local community and people from the arts, sciences and cultural sectors. We will be looking at how museums can provide inspiration for creativity and finding ways local maker communities can be embed in the museum’s public programmes.
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This event is facilitated by Don Undeen of BoomHiFive, Georgetown University Maker Hub, and Jenny Siung, Head of Education, Chester Beatty Library, and our own Jeffrey Roe. This event is part of the Making Museum project, an 18-month EU-funded training initiative (Erasmus+ 20172019) exploring how museum staff can up-skill in creativity, innovation, creative collaborations with local maker communities, and embed these ideas in their public programmes for audiences.