MADNet Conference 2010

By Rachel Hayward | 26 October 2010
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Photo showing what looks like black university graduation gowns draped over wooden chairs in an outdoor museum setting and a girl in school uniform is sat on the pavingstones sketching with her school bags nearby
An art workshop at the Museum of the History of Science in Oxford© MLA Renaissance South East and Oxford University Museums & Collections
The MADnet (Museums' Art and Design Network) Conference, aimed at those involved with Art and Design education in schools and museums, is on Wednesday, November 10 2010 at the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford.

The Conference is free of charge with lunch and refreshments included. Sessions will run from 10.30am until 3.30pm.

Its themes are developing KS3 partnerships, partnerships across the curriculum and partnerships between the museum sector and professionals.

This year's conference will include speakers and session leaders from both the education and museum sectors, including Keynote speaker Andy Tickner, Head of Art and Design at Cheltenham Bournside School and PGCE subject Leader at the University of Gloucester, and Christopher Parkin, Lead Education Officer at the Museum of the History of Science, University of Oxford.

For more information and to book, email Sharon Bristow.
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