Collections Rural Museums Network

Collections Rural Museums Network

Collections Rural Museums Network

Collections. for a number of years, the rural museums network has been working to define and collate information on a distributed national collection of agricultural heritage material. building up a national picture of how the story of farming is represented in museum collections will enhance public understanding of that material and access to it. The rural museums network is a registered charity, aimed at promoting learning and encouraging a wider understanding of the uk’s rural heritage. as a subject specialist network we provide access to collections development information and current research to support heritage sites working within related fields. This brief video introduces the work of the rural museums network for rural life collections everywhere and the people who look after them. share, learn, j. The rural museums network is for rural life collections everywhere and the people who look after them. it exists to bring museums of farming and the countryside closer together for mutual benefit. we provide a means to publicise rural museums and the work they do more widely.the majority of rural life museums are members. the network is also reaching out to collectors, related societies and. Collections stewardship the collections stewardship professional network is a community of practice focused on the stewardship of collections, archives, and exhibitions, including direct care, handling, documentation, shipping, housing, information management, and all activities related to collections of various types and sizes.

Rural Crafts And Trades Collections Today Rural Museums

Rural Crafts And Trades Collections Today Rural Museums

Introduced in january 2017, the rural diversity network (rdn) was initiated as part of the arts council england supported change makers leadership programme with dr tehmina goskar, and is now coordinated by the team at cornwall museums partnership. through the rural diversity network, we are trying to tackle geographic exclusion. cultural policy around diversity has often been centered on the. The museum of english rural life at the university of reading uses its diverse collections to explore how the skills and experiences of rural people, past and present, help shape our lives. merl is grateful to its major funders, the university of reading , research england and arts council england. [email protected] 44 (0) 118 378 8660. Collections. the objects, archives, books, journals, photographs and films held by the museum of english rural life document our changing landscape and the impact of people on the environment. recently we have made a particular effort to enrich the collections with objects that have a greater focus on ideas, opinions and perceptions within and.

Connecting To Collections Rural Museums Network

Connecting To Collections Rural Museums Network

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the rural museums network is for rural life collections everywhere and the people who look after them. find out more with this introductory video. share, learn this brief video introduces the work of the rural museums network for rural life collections everywhere and the people who look after them. share, learn, join canada.ca en heritage information network services collections documentation standards documentation heritage collections version what's in the box? conservator juliane ovenden describes the contents of a museum labelling and marking kit. the labelling & marking booklet can be found let's have a look back at our museum during it's early days and development. this television feature was produced in 1993 by rogers community television curator of merl collections dr ollie douglas introduces the welcome case of the museum of english rural life. somerset rural life museum in glastonbury: take a look around and see some of what we've been up to since re opening with a fresh new look and some fab rural museums play an important role in communicating community relevant science. in this series of projects by ncse's emma doctors and kate carter, along this presentation covers key collections management topics such as acquisition, appraisal, documentation and deeds of gift, inventory, and deaccessioning.

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