CINE TALKS: what is successful co-production?

29 October 2020, 15.00 - 16.30 CET

Facebook Live

Host: Donegal County Museum/Ulster University, IRE/NI


Community co-production is a method that offers cultural organisations and community groups opportunities to work together towards a common goal. This can be both fruitful and challenging, but essential if museums and heritage organisations are to play a useful role in imagining different futures for our communities and societies. This session draws on the experience of the CINE project partners and others to explore the questions: what is good co-production? How do you create roles, manage social relationships and expectations? Does co-production work?


Speakers include:

Judith McCarthy
Cultures of co-production
Initiating co-production projects in Ireland and Iceland within the CINE project.

Sarah Smed
Co-producing the Danish Welfare Museum
Reflections on museums and social change.

Dominique Bouchard
Transforming the future of the past: re-interpreting Stonehenge
Presenting a film project co-produced with young people who live near one of the most iconic heritage sites in England.