Collections Rural Museums Network

Collections Rural Museums Network

Collections Rural Museums Network

The rural museums network is a registered charity, aimed at promoting learning and encouraging a wider understanding of the uk’s rural heritage. as a subject specialist network we provide access to collections development information and current research to support heritage sites working within related fields. The rural museums network has begun the process of defining what constitutes the distributed national collection of agricultural heritage material. building up a national picture of how the story of farming is represented in museum collections will enhance public understanding of that material and access to it. During 2019 and 2020, the rural museums network identified the location of publicly accessible rural agricultural collections across the uk. this was aimed at capturing all significant collections, which include 100 or more ‘rural’ objects. the results of this research can be found on the interactive map below. In 2007, david viner carried out a survey of collections of rural crafts and trades in museums, as part of a project at the museum of english rural life this study primarily sought to create a database of information on rural crafts and trades material and related sources held in museums across the country. Back in 2008, the rural museums network recognised the unique opportunity that rural museums had to interpret present day concerns about climate change using objects from the past – collections which may be medieval, 17th, 19th or early 20th century.

A Distributed National Collection Rural Museums Network

A Distributed National Collection Rural Museums Network

Rural museums network the rural museums network is a registered charity, aimed at promoting learning and encouraging a wider understanding of the uk’s rural heritage. as a subject specialism network they provide access to collections development information and current research to support heritage sites working within related fields. The rural museums network is for rural life collections everywhere and the people who look after them. it exists to bring museums of farming and the countryside closer together for mutual benefit. we provide a means to publicise rural museums and the work they do more widely.the majority of rural life museums are members. the network is also reaching out to collectors, related societies and. Introduced in january 2017, the rural diversity network (rdn) was initiated as part of the arts council england supported change makers leadership programme with dr tehmina goskar, and is now coordinated by the team at cornwall museums partnership. through the rural diversity network, we are trying to tackle geographic exclusion. cultural policy around diversity has often been centered on the.

The Somerset Rural Life Museum The Tree Conference Network

The Somerset Rural Life Museum The Tree Conference Network

Introducing The Rural Museums Network Full

the rural museums network is for rural life collections everywhere and the people who look after them. find out more with this introductory video. share, learn this brief video introduces the work of the rural museums network for rural life collections everywhere and the people who look after them. share, learn, join rural museums play an important role in communicating community relevant science. in this series of projects by ncse's emma doctors and kate carter, along canada.ca en heritage information network services collections documentation standards documentation heritage collections version speakers: daouda keita director general of the national museum of mali and lecturer at the university of social sciences and management in bamako. we are embarking on an epic journey to digitise 80 million specimens from one of the world's most important natural history collections. digitising the museum's the wichita falls alliance for arts and culture hosted a virtual preview of museum day: origin stories from the regional musem network. this is a showcase of in 2003 some rather strange bones were discovered in a london grave. who or what did they belong to? how and why did they get there? khalil thirlaway asks escape to the countryside for a full day of family fun at our five star museum and historic working farm. find out more on the national museums scotland website:

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Related image with collections rural museums network