Our Engagement Manager, Natalie Osborne, shares the successful heritage work of Walsall – one of our 13 Areas of Focus.
The Flight of the Little Golden Swallow, inspired by Oscar Wilde’s The Happy Prince, is an installation of 150 gold leaf swallows on retail stores, community buildings and schools in and around Enniskillen centre. The swallows were created by Fermanagh artists Simon Carman and Helen Sharp. Credit: Brian Morrison.
Dr Edson Burton shares his experience of growing up in a diverse community, the importance of sharing everyone's heritage and his work on The National Lottery-funded project exploring 100 years of activism in Bristol.
Engagement Manager Dawn Bainbridge (centre) on the job – visiting a jazz archive project
There have been few more global events disruptive of the pattern of life than the coronavirus (COVID-19) lockdown . Yet the impacts of the pandemic – which are only just beginning to be understood – only amplify an already unsettled outlook. "Unsettledness" is becoming a way of life." People are on
Experimental photography at Llannon Cottage, Ceredigion
I often hear it said that it is difficult to get young people involved in heritage. I do not believe this to be true, and we have had no difficulty in attracting young people to be part of the Royal Commission’s youth engagement project, Unloved Heritage? . This has been running for three years now