Museums Collection

Title

Museums Collection

Subject

Museums in the UK.

Description

Material and ephemera relating many museums across the UK. The topics are varied.

Creator

Various. Collection collected by the University of Leicester's School of Museum Studies.

Publisher

Charlotte Daynton

Date

19th and 20th century.

Rights

Rights for this collection are held by the institutions from which they relate to. They are also held under the creative commons licence: Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International (CC BY-NC 4.0), https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0/.

Format

PDFs (originally TIFs and JPEGs)

Language

English

Type

Archival material, ephemera and publications.

Identifier

Museum collection of the 19th and 20th century, uncatalogued.

Items in the Museums Collection Collection

An oral history interview from Philip French, Curator of Leicester History in Leicester Museums.He talks about his role within the museum and how it has changed and also how exhibitions and collections within Newarke Houses especially have developed.…

An oral history interview from Linda Harding, Outreach Officer at Leicester Museum.She discusses her role in depth along with examples of the community work that she does. This can be exhibitions with community groups or library cases. She discusses…

An oral history interview from Imogen Cox, a learning officer for Leicester Museums. She talks her role within the museum, the workshops that Leicester Museums offer and the development of the service. Talks about the importance of being 'hands on'…

An oral history interview from Imogen Cox, a learning officer for Leicester Museums. She talks about the sorts of events they put on for schools including sheets, trails and workshops - many surroudning the exhibitions and the cirriculum. She then…

An oral history interview from Imogen Cox, a learning officer for Leicester Museums. She talksabout how the loans system stopped in the 1990s and how it requires a lot of staff in order to put on. She also argues that it may be better to have no…

An oral history interview from Imogen Cox, a learning officer for Leicester Museums. She talks about the development of online resourcesand how the worksheets and trails that are placed online are used within the museum and externally.

An oral history interview from Linda Harding, Outreach Officer at Leicester Museum. Discussion about how a community is a group of people with things in common.

An oral history interview from Linda Harding, Outreach Officer at Leicester Museum.She discusses her role in depth along such as putting on exhibitions inside and outside of the museum (in special cases in libraries, the development of dementia boxes…

An oral history interview from Linda Harding, Outreach Officer at Leicester Museum.She talks about the temporary exhibitions that are put on in the museum and how they try to represent the community as much as possible.

An oral history interview from Philip French, Curator of Leicester History in Leicester Museums.He talks the collections at the museum and about the development about community collections and how the museums have tried to change the gaps by activley…

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