Join us for a lunchtime panel discussion about how the National Trust and Egham Museum have worked with our academics and about the Trust's current partnership with artist Estella Castle.
You can read about Castle's work with the National Trust and local historians here - which will culminate in the People's Pageant on Sunday 16 June 2019.
Castle's community-engaged way of working will be of interest to anyone wanting a better understanding of how collaborating with artists can enhance research and research methodologies. This event will also be of interest to anyone wanting an insight into how the National Trust and Egham Museum work with researchers. (The current National Trust Research Strategy is available here.)
This lunchtime panel conversation will comprise:
- Professor Justin Champion, Royal Holloway Department of History
- Estella Castle, artist
- Jess Kellard, Volunteer and Community Engagement Manager, National Trust Runnymede
- Sarah Corn, curator at Egham Museum
- Dr Matthew Smith, Royal Holloway Department of History
- Steven Franklin, Royal Holloway Department of History
It will be followed by a Q&A with the audience.
Feel free to bring your lunch, coffee and tea will be provided.
Please register your attendance via Eventbrite.
Please email Olivia Swift with any questions.