Posts Categorized: Projects

  • Virtual Reality, Cultural Heritage, Melbourne and Me: My REP at ACMI – the Australian Centre for the Moving Image.

    “The REP is definitely one of the most exciting opportunities as part of the WRoCAH funding – something that other PhD students have expressed great envy over! I feel very lucky to have had the opportunity to spend a month working in Melbourne, Australia as part of it.”

  • Westward Ho!: My REP at the National Railway Museum

    “I’m glad that I took the time to follow my personal passion for an organisation; the REP was a chance to spend time in one of my favourite cities and organisations.“ Cait Scott reflects on an enjoyable Researcher Employability Project at the National Railway Museum, and gives some insight into how to plan a successful,…

  • From Books to Baseball: My REP at the John Carter Brown Library

    Lilian Tabois reflects on an excellent Researcher Employability Project at the John Carter Brown Library, and offers some valuable tips for everyone planning a REP.

  • WRoCAH Small Award Series: Michael Bennett

    WRoCAH Small Award Blog Series This collection of blog posts shares the innovative and productive ways in which WRoCAH students have used the Small Awards scheme. Click on any of the names below to see how Small Awards have helped with these students’ research projects and/or professional training. Francesca Curtis Art Gallery Research Trips Megan…

  • Innovation Placement at Hardwick Hall (Part Two: Interpretation), by Lauren Butler

    “In the centre of the room was one of my favourite activities: a large collaborative artwork. Each visitor was invited to draw and colour in a tiny section of a photograph of Hardwick, and add it to a 260-square grid. By the time I left at the beginning of September, over 1,000 visitors had finished…