Museums Showoff Online, 16th March 2021
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Celebrating 50 years of decimal currency. On 15 February 1971 Britain changed over from the centuries old system of pounds, shillings and pence to a new currency based on 100 pennies to the pound. This change effected the entire nation, bringing people together as they learnt to master a new way of valuing everything. To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Decimal Day, we will be hosting a national programme of activities with the aim of connecting generations and getting people talking about their memories of the changeover.
COVID safe Calm Orderly Visits, Inexpertly Delivered. Instead of banging on about how nobody understands the true challenges of operating visitor sites, I thought I’d change it up and bang on about how nobody understands operating visitor sites during pandemics. Masks? Unexpected signage interventions? The scent of sanitiser? More one way routes than an A-Z? Tickets please.. YES EVERYONE. This is 2021
It happened in Aberystwyth Amguedda Ceredigion funding from Welsh Heritage for a people/places/walks/podcasts/map on line project. I am working with the Museum delivering some podcasts about LGBTQ people ho are often hidden from history. I would like to do a lively (with puppets) presentation. Enjoy!
A little look at the top 5 reasons why museums should be excited for the new Welsh Curriculum from Museum Educators across Wales.