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Behind the scenes at the museum

Offers an excellent overview for those considering developing a career in the field, as well as for those with a general interest.

This five-day course gives an introduction to museums. It looks at what they do (or what they should do), and who they are for (or should be for). It looks at how museums engage their visitors and care for their collections. Topics include conservation, documentation and research, putting on exhibitions, running education schemes, museum administration and visitor care. Based at MoDA, the programme includes lectures and workshops by MoDA's staff, talks by external professionals and visits to other exhibitions. No experience is needed, simply an enthusiasm for museums. This course is part of Middlesex University's annual Summer School.


Lesley Hoskins | talks
Zoe Hendon | talks
Dr Nick Lane | talks | www
Sarah Kilroy | talks
Maggie Coe | talks
Claire Swanton | talks
Richard Lumb | talks
Annabel Hunt | talks
Eleanor Gawne | talks
Andy Feast | talks
Sharon Beard | talks


Date and Time:

19 July 2004 at 10:00 am


Full Day



Middlesex University
Cat Hill
020 8411 5244

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£125, £75 concession

Available from:

Abigail Addison
Tel: 020 8411 4394
Email: a.addison@mdx.ac.uk

Additional Information:

This is a five-day course and participants must pay for all five-days in advance.

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