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  • Looking back on the WRoCAH Conference 2019, by Gabriel Jones

    On 17th October, the fifth annual WRoCAH conference was held at the De Grey Rooms in York. This was a special day for WRoCAH and for us as an organising committee, marking the end of more than six months of preparation. This piece tells a little of our story.

  • 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…

  • WRoCAH Small Award Series: Gabriel Jones

    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…

  • WRoCAH Small Award Series: Clare Danek

    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…