Creating a Community, Cabinet of Curiosity
Saturday 25 August, 13:30-14:30, Committee Room 3, FREE
Material objects are an important aspect of community identities and thinking about cultural diversity. Neil Curtis
, Head of Museums, introduces a University of Aberdeen project which created a replica 17th century cabinet of curiosity. Elizabeth Curtis
, Lecturer in Education, discusses how it is being used as part of a community project focusing on their landscape history around Bennachie in Aberdeenshire. Anna Shortland
, Curator (Learning & Access) will show the results of work with classes in Keig and Oyne schools near Bennachie.
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