Key Note: Professor Richard Bradley

This two-day conference will bring together a range of professionals from archaeological units, curators, museum educators, students, academics and community centred groups to explore the interdisciplinary nature of the connections within Northern Prehistory.

Tullie House will host the conference with our partners at Durham University and use this opportunity to discuss how public-facing heritage sites can interact with and utilise archaeological and academic expertise. With the inclusion of Prehistory to the National Curriculum in 2014 both school children and the wider public are becoming interested in their prehistoric heritage, making this an important time to inspire new research and engagement that will move Northern and Cumbrian prehistory into the 21st Century.

Ticket Information

The conference ticket will give delegates access to a full day of talks on Saturday (12th October), a half day of talks on the Sunday (13th of October) morning and an afternoon of interactive sessions and workshops . Lunch and refreshments are included with the ticket fee. If you have any dietary requirements, please contact Katie Mitchell at katie.mitchell@tulliehouse.org.

Conference tickets grant attendees free access to the museum for the weekend of the conference.

Programme

A preliminary programme for the conference can be found below. Please note that this is subject to revision.

Conference Dinner

An additional conference dinner will be held on Saturday night at Sanna’s restaurant at 7.00pm. There is no deposit but please confirm your attendance and make menu choices by 27th of September. Email elsa.price@tulliehouse.org to confirm your attendance, menu choices and any dietary requirements.

Purchasing Tickets

Tickets are now available through the box office. Please call 01228 618700

Tickets are also available via Eventbrite (which includes a booking fee).

Bursaries

The Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society will award four Clare Fell Fund Bursaries of up to £150 each to students to attend this conference. Applications (no need for an application form) should be made direct to the society treasurer Dr W D Shannon at treasurer@cumbriapast.org giving name, address, age, institution attending, course i.e. graduate/post-graduate, special interests. Applications should be made as soon as possible.

Sponsorship

This conference has been kindly sponsored by the Council for British Archaeology North. 

Further Enquiries

For any other enquiries please contact Elsa Price on elsa.price@tulliehouse.org

 

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Cost

Adult: £50.00 Tickets include access to weekend talks, refreshments, lunch, conference packs and museum entry.

When

On: 12 th October 2019, 9:00 am Until: 13 th October 2019, 5:00 pm

Where

Tullie House Museum & Art Gallery Trust