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Freelance Project Coordinator Opportunity

The Young People’s Guide to Lincolnshire Museums project will soon be kicking off so we need a freelance project coordinator to work with museums in Lincolnshire and young people to realise our dreams. Do you have experience of working with young people in museums or arts and culture and social media? Fancy getting the museums and young people together to create a dedicated YouTube channel where young people can express their ideas about the county’s museums and collections? Got lots of ideas about the creative potential of social media and how it can be used to engage people with museums? We’d like to hear from you.

For further information and a copy of the brief please get in touch with Hannah Gould, Museum Development Officer (Lincolnshire) on 01507 329233 / 07825 062011 or email hannah.gould@leics.gov.uk  The closing date for applications is Friday 3 September

 

Lincolnshire Museums are Winners

We had a fantastic night at the Lincolnshire Heritage Awards at Alford Manor House on Friday 16 July.

 The glittering ceremony celebrated the work of museums and heritage attractions throughout the county over the past year, with St Katherine’s – 900 years of History Heritage and Cultural Centre winning Museum of the Year 2010.

 Congratulations to all the winners!

 The 2010 winners in full are:

 Best Event 2010

Winner: The Collection for Games Through The Ages

 Best Exhibition 2010

Winner: The Collection and Lincolnshire Archives for Tennyson Transformed – Alfred Tennyson and Visual Culture

 Inspiration Award for Best Special Project 2010

Winner: Lincolnshire Road Transport Museum for New Building  

 Work with Children and Young People 2010

Winner: Alford Manor House for ESAP – Extended Schools Arts project

 Collections Care and Development 2010

Winner: Louth Museum for Creation of management database of Louth Museum’s collection

 Best Student Placement Award 2010

Winner: Boston Guildhall and student Angela Waitland

 People’s Choice Award 2010

Winner: Church Farm Museum

 

Lincolnshire Heritage Awards

Museums in Lincolnshrie are nervously awaiting the glittering awards ceremony that is the 4th annual Lincolnshire Heritage Awards tomorrow night. Held at the splendid Alford Manor House (www.alfordmanorhouse.co.uk) , the awards will be presented in a number of categories including best exhibtion, best event, the inspiration award for best special project and the coveted Museum of the Year. But who will win? And will Church Farm Museum win the People’s Choice for the 3rd year running?  

More info on the winners to follow….

 

Great new photos

Keep a pig

Keep a pig pamphlet from Leicestershire museums

 

Hello

This is the first blog for the Heritage Forum young people’s guide to Lincolnshire museums project.

Over the next few months a number of museums throughout Lincolnshire will be working with young people to create their own online guides.

 
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