Preview: Day 2 at the 2019 Museums + Heritage Show

Following a busy and productive day one of the Museums + Heritage Show 2019 with record attendance, day two promises to be every bit as action packed and insightful

There will be a further 28 free talks at Olympia West in London as well as a number of on stand masterclasses and demonstrations

At 11.40am in Theatre 1, Naomi Korn will give a talk on Copyright Best Practice and over at theatre 2 at 3pm, the Art Fund’s Charlotte Wood and National Museums Liverpool’s Fekicity Robinson will share insight on how to help museums connect with a student audience.

Then at 3pm in Theatre 4, Philip Long, director of the V&A Dundee, will give a talk on designing what was the largest museum opening of 2018 in the UK, which has welcomed 500,000 visitors since September.

There will also be important talks from The National Lottery Heritage Fund’s Fiona Talbott who will explain what its new funding framework means for you in Theatre 4 at 12pm.

As well as this there will be on-stand masterclasses including Storytelling with Digital Collections: Using Museum Crush from Culture24 where they will share insight on collaborative online storytelling platform designed to help smaller museums explore innovative ways of sharing stories about their collections.