Join us for an inspirational and thought provoking day as we disrupt and unpick current practice around performance in museums and ask are museums the new theatres?
Date: 28/06/2022 – 28/06/2022
UCL Museums and Impropera present the Theatrically Re-imagining Collections
seminar day. Whether its dance, opera or drama, museums all across the
country have been working with theatre companies to imaginatively
interpret their collections to reach out to audiences.
Are you a museum professional interested in
understanding more about how to work with performance companies to
engage audiences? Or a performer who would you like to create work
inspired by amazing spaces and collections?
Join UCL Museums as we, with the help of Impropera,
theatrically re-imagine the conference and hear from the experiences
of museums and performance companies who have successfully collaborated
to produce innovative work.
We are currently working on the line-up and will
announce the range of speakers in the next few weeks, but already
confirmed is the Made By Katie Green Dance Company and Ipswich Museum
with the Imagination Museum and the Against Captains Orders at the National Maritime Museum.
Tickets are £33 for the seminar day and booking is
essential, this includes refreshments and lunch. During the evening
Impropera will stage Muso at the Grant Museum of Zoology, a combined
ticket for the seminar day and the performance is £42.
The evening performance will begin at 6.30pm and more information about the shows connected to the seminar day click here.