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Le musée complice : action locale, initiative d’engagement, production en commun

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11:00, Saturday 4 Jun 2016 (1 hour 30 minutes)
Heritage Changes PlaceCo-Construction and Community Based HeritageMuseums

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11:00 - 11:30 | 30 minutes

This paper is concerned with how “place” can potentially inform and transform the knowledge and practice of a particular institution, and, in turn, the impact that this institution may then have on the “place” in which it is situated, that is to say, its potential to change or transform both locations and people. Key to this process is to unpick the varying notions of “place,” including local, national to international conceptions, and how concrete or abstract these invocations of “place” ...

11:00 - 11:30 | 30 minutes

This paper will address the emerging dynamic between digital intangible heritage and social media. This study will argue that YouTube’s potential to safeguard heritage produces a paradoxical heritage archive with competing ends. This platform enables the archiving of divergent heritage representations, fostering greater democratic representation through social media. Therefore YouTube is forging a public archive that facilitates the dissemination of cultural diversity. At the same time, th...

11:00 - 11:30 | 30 minutes

The focus of this paper is an evaluation of the project called "We Have Your Art Gallery," a co-production between Tate Liverpool and Tate Collective Liverpool, Tate Liverpool’s young people’s group. The paper will aim to answer the question, what does it take to enable a 50/50 collaboration between museum staff and young people? The premise of "We Have Your Art Gallery" was to enable an equal collaboration between staff and the young people’s group to create a framework for co-production ...

Steven Hyland


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