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A Crucible design workshop with project researcher [[Carl Hogsden]] explored the understandings of cultural treasures acoss traditional cultures in England (traditional folk music) and New Zealand Maori.
 
A Crucible design workshop with project researcher [[Carl Hogsden]] explored the understandings of cultural treasures acoss traditional cultures in England (traditional folk music) and New Zealand Maori.

Latest revision as of 15:50, 1 September 2014

How are objects and their meanings connected? Artefacts of Encounter is an investigation of cultural treasures, the museums where they are shown to the public, and the different communities of scholars and public who engage with them via technology.

Funded by ESRC

Project leader: Amiria Salmond

A Crucible design workshop with project researcher Carl Hogsden explored the understandings of cultural treasures acoss traditional cultures in England (traditional folk music) and New Zealand Maori.

Crucible collaborators:


Crucible Theme: Digital Humanities