Linda Harding Oral History Interview Full

Title

Linda Harding Oral History Interview Full

Subject

Community, Exhibition, Collections, Dementia, Refugees, Accessibility

Description

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 the development of the dementia project. Talk of difficulties with the elements of particpation and getting people into the museum.Talks about the development in the attitude towards engagement and inclusion within the museum and argues the outreach is an important aspect of a museum's work.

Creator

Linda Harding

Publisher

The University of Leicester's Special Collections, The East Midlands Oral History Archives

Date

30th August 2017

Rights

This source is copyright of the University of Leicester Special Collections, Linda Harding and the East Midland's Oral History Archive and is digitised and published under the Creative Commons License : https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0/

Format

MP3

Language

English

Type

Oral History

Interviewer

Charlotte Daynton

Interviewee

Linda Harding

Location

United Kingdom -- England -- Leicester -- New Walk Museum

Original Format

Oral History

Duration

31 minutes 30 seconds

Files

Collection

Citation

Linda Harding, “Linda Harding Oral History Interview Full,” Leicester Special Collections, accessed September 25, 2017, http://leicester.omeka.net/items/show/495.

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