Talk

CELEBRATING RAMM: Inspiring past, present and future generations

27 April 2024
14:00-18:00
£25

Join the Friends of RAMM to hear a wide range of speakers from arts and funding organisations, universities and others discuss their connections with RAMM and look to the future.

The Royal Albert Memorial Museum & Art Gallery opened its doors in 1868. For more than 150 years RAMM has been a beacon for cultural and social life in Exeter and beyond. Following a major extension and the award of Art Fund Museum of the Year in 2012, it continues to inspire young and old, and be an important part of the cultural landscape in Devon.

How does RAMM continue to develop, meet challenges and thrive?

It promises to be a stimulating afternoon and a fitting celebration of RAMM’s achievements.

Speakers

Richard Bellamy, Head of Engagement London and South, National Lottery Heritage Fund

Lucy Bird, Policy Manager, Art Fund

The Rt Hon Sir Ben Bradshaw MP (Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport 2009 to 2010)

Prof John Wedgwood Clarke, Associate Professor in Creative Writing and Director of Arts and Culture, University of Exeter

Emeritus Professor David Coslett, former Vice-Chancellor Plymouth University

Jon-Paul Hedge, Exeter City Council Director with responsibility for Culture, Tourism and Leisure

Julien Parsons, Senior Collections Officer and Content Lead, RAMM

The afternoon’s talks will be followed by drinks and canapés

This listing is supplied by one of our museum partners and is not moderated by Art Fund.

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