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Uk & Ireland Ecomuseums in Practice Webinar

 July 1st, 2021

Follow the links below to see recordings of the webinar sessions

Session 1: Skye, Cateran & Spodden Valley Revealed

Session 1 brings together Angus Murray from Syke Ecomuseum, Clare Cooper from Catran Ecomuseum and Diana Hamilton from Spodden Valley Revealed to introduce their ecomuseums and discuss how these community-led practices are helping to tackle social, environmental and economic sustainability. Click on the picture to see the recording.

Beautiful Landscape

Session 3: Economusee Artisans at Work

Tiérna Mullan, Project Officer from Causeway Coast and Glens Trust introduces 'Économusée Artisans at Work (Northern Ireland Network)'. Click on the picture to see the recording.

Crafting Leather

Session 5: Roundtable Discussion

Roundtable Discussion with all ecomuseum representatives chaired Peter Davis Emeritus Professor Newcastle University School of Arts and Cultures. Click on the picture to see recording


Session 2: Flodden 1513, Ecoamgueddfa and Iveragh Peninsula 

Session 2 brings together James Joicey from Flodden 1513 Ecomuseum, Einir Young from Ecoamgueddfa and Lucy Taylor from the Iveragh Peninsula both part of the LIVE initiative. Click on the picture to see the recording.


Session 4: Italian Ecomuseums and achieving Sustainable Development Goals

Lisa Pigozzi, research assistant at the University of Milan introduces 'Ecomuseums in Italy; the role of Sustainable Development Goals'. Click on the picture to see recording

Green Fields

Session 6: Glenn Sutter 

Building an Ecomuseum Movement in Saskatchewan, Canada: Insights From a Work in Progress presented by Glenn Sutter, Curator of Human Ecology at the Royal Saskatchewan Museum and Adjunct Professor of Geography and Environmental Studies, University of Regina. Click on the picture to see recording

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