Date(s) - 28/06/2016
10:15 am - 3:00 pm
The National Horseracing Museum
Chris Garibaldi, Director of the Newmarket Horse Racing Museum will provide the welcome and will give an overview of the challenges and highlights of moving this year to their new site in Palace Yard and will be known as the National Heritage Centre for Horseracing and Sporting Art.
Keynote Speaker, Claire Davies of the Handel and Hendrix Museum, London that opened in February 2016.
Claire will talk through the importance of her team, the collection, sticky moments, and survival tips of combining the previously existing Handel House in Brook St London with Jimi Hendrix’s old flat.
10.15am Coffee and Registration
- 30am Welcome : Kathy Moore, SHARE
10.40 am Further welcome and overview of Newmarket Horse Racing Museum and fresh beginnings later this year : Chris Garibaldi, Director, Newmarket Horse Racing Museum
11.15 am Comfort Break
11.45 am A new start for an old place Handel meets Hendrix Keynote Speaker: Claire Davies, Head of Learning, Events and Interpretation, Handel and Hendrix Museum, London
12.15pm ‘Taster’ for the National Theatre event on 3 November 2016 at IWM Duxford with Aimee Clarke, Ickworth House, National Trust, Bury St Edmunds
12.45 pm Lunch
1.30pm Let’s get planning: an interactive session with Allison Kingsbury, Facilities Manager at the Fitzwilliam Museum
2.15 pm An artist’s childhood home, a capital project and new opportunities at Gainsborough’s House: with Liz Cooper, Commercial Manager
2.45 pm Summing up the day Kathy Moore, SHARE
Bookings are closed for this event.