June 3, 2024

Co-Production in Regional Art Galleries

May 16, 2024
11:00am – 4:00pm

Mason Owen Board Room
Third floor, John Lennon Art & Design Building

This is a collaborative hybrid event with University of Birmingham and Derby Museum & Art Gallery.

The event will feature discussion and workshops from people working with regional art collections. It is aimed at curators, educators, arts producers and academics, and is concerned with analysing co-production approaches in art curation in a regional setting, taking into account ethical issues to do with equitability and inclusion.

Programme: 

11am: Welcome and introduction (via Teams from Derby) 

11.20: Keynote: Ethics of Care in Co-production, Dr Nuala Morse (University of Leicester) (via Teams from Derby) 

12.15: Lunch 

13:00: Case study Workshops, live at LJMU: 

14:00  Questions for presenters and discussion of the following themes: 

14:45 Break 

15.00 – 16:00: Roundtable (via Teams from Derby): what does good co-production look like, and how can co-production contribute to the reinterpretation of fine art collections? with Alison Solomon (Storyteller), Farwa Moledina (Artist), Emalee Beddoes (Curator), Angela Robinson (Community Co-producer), Greg Salter (Art Historian), plus live Q&A (via Teams from Derby) 

16:00: Concluding remarks 

Our events are always free and open to all, however for this collaborative hybrid event you must register with University of Birmingham in advance.