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Green issues: presenting the construction of a new gallery at St Fagans, during the St Fagans Conference

St Fagans is currently building a new gallery which, when completed, will achieve a BREEAM rating of "excellent" and which will contain at least 10% recycled materials.

Exeter Dialogue with Science Roadshow- Cardiff Heritage Craft Festival

This was the first venue for the Exeter Dialogue with Science Road Show (a series of final workshops involving public presentation).

St Fagans craft festival

On 27 May 2015, St Fagans National History Museum hosted a festival as part of the WP4 work package (dialogue with skills). The festival was a celebration of one of St Fagans core values – craft. Throughout one amazing day, we welcomed around 50 craftspeople.

Disabled access: Presentation from Rogaland County Council at the St Fagans Conference

During the St Fagans conference on museum management, Linda Nilsen Ask, gave the audience a clear and focused presentation on the work that Rogaland County Council are doing to ensure that their public spaces are accessible to all.

Volunteers: presentation by Andy Spencer at the St Fagans conference

During the St Fagans conference, Andy Spencer, of the Ironbridge Institute, spoke about the results of his Europe-wide review of volunteer management at archaeological open-air museums.

Seminar: AOAMs and the museum world

The kick-off of the 9th OpenArch conference was a seminar focused on archaeological open air museums and their dialogue with traditional museums and museum world. This seminar was held in the Oriel Suite of National Museum Cardiff and was coordinated by EXARC and La Ciutadella Ibèrica of Calafell...

WP6 publication: AOAMs and the dialogue with the museum community

The main output of work package 6 is a publication which aims to be helpful for all AOAMs across Europe in a very specific subject: the links of the AOAMs with the museum world. Many AOAMs are already working together with national museums or museum organisations (i.e ICOM).

Ethnography meets Archaeology

We were delighted that at our OpenArch conference “Managing archaeological open-air museums: current issues, future trends” we could welcome several delegates from the Board of Association of European Open Air Museums (AEOM)...

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