This session will explore the ways in which the current coronavirus crisis has highlighted challenges with the financial and commercial structures underpinning the museums and heritage sector. Without paying visitors, how can venues survive? And when they do re-open, what will visitors want? Will they be the same visitors?
- Julie Finch (Chief Executive – Compton Verney Art Gallery and Park)
- Lucy Shaw (Head of Programmes and Partnerships, Oxford University Museums);
- Madeline Odent (Curator and Museum Manager, Royston & District Museum and Art Gallery)
All are welcome to join us for a twitter chat following on from the session, hosted by the Oxford University Heritage Network (@Oxford_Heritage). Follow #HeritagePathway to join in!
This is the second in a series of three sessions on 'The Business of Heritage at a Time of Global Crisis'. Information and booking for the first session can be found here and for the third session here. These webinars are open to University of Oxford students and staff, but all are welcome to participate in the twitter chats. For further information please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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