Monthly Archives: April 2010

Happy Days at MEAL

Jo Rooks, MEAL’s learning officer writes: On Wednesday the 28th April Class Three from Lavenham Primary School came into the museum to open their exhibition, “Happy Days”, in the chapel. They had squash, biscuits and Haribo sweets (other brands of … Continue reading

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Can cultural assets inspire the ‘Great Imagining’ of Transition?

On Tuesday last, I spoke at the latest of Mission Money Model seminars, Thriving on Less, at the A Foundation at Rochelle School in Shoreditch. The event challenged people working in culture to respond to a future of low or no … Continue reading

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Trust, an Anglo-Scandinavian view

The other week I was invited by the Norwegian Archives, Libraries and Museums Authority to speak at a conference examining how museums can contribute to inclusion and the building of social capital. Entitled Jo fleire kokkar, jo betre sol it … Continue reading

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