Museums in the Information Age – 21st November 2012


The team is pleased to announced a second live event for Autumn 2012:

Museums in the Information Age: Evolution or Extinction?

This free event is now fully booked. We are hoping to secure more seats. If you would like to be added to the waiting list, please fill out the waiting list form. Please note: The team will contact you to let you know if any more seats have become available.

The time, the place

Wednesday 21st November 2012.

  • Refreshments from 5.30pm.
  • Event starts at 6.00pm prompt, 7.30pm finish.
  • Drinks reception 7.30pm – 8.30pm.
  • The Science Museum (The Director’s Suite), Exhibition Road  South Kensington, London, Greater London SW7 2DD

The event

From one of the UK’s leading universities comes a new way to make real progress on some key issues that shape our society. Join a panel of thought leaders, and an audience of policy makers, opinion leaders and leading museums professionals as we debate ‘Musuems in the Information Age: Evolution or Extinction?’ The event will be a Question Time style debate and panelists include:

Ian Blatchford, Director, Science Museum Group;

Carole Souter CBE, Chief Executive at the Heritage Lottery Fund;

Dr Ross Parry, School of Museum Studies, University of Leicester.

Our panel is drawn from thought leaders in the sector and from significant figures in academia and politics. But at the heart of the debate is the audience. Your views are important and we’d like you to have the opportunity to shape the way in which policy is developed in the future alongside our speakers. To submit questions to our panel, email the Leicester Exchanges Team.

To be added to the waiting list while we wait for more seats to become available, please fill out the waiting list form.

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