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An ITP Meetup in South Africa (Nelson Abiti Adebo, ITP 2013, Uganda)

Written by Nelson Abiti Adebo, Curator and Senior Conservator, Uganda National Museum (ITP 2013, Uganda). On 9 October 2019, I was privileged to meet Ntombovuyo Tywakadi (ITP 2016,…

The first collaborative exhibition at Kabale Museum – Solomy Nansubuga Nabukalu (ITP 2018, Uganda)

Written by Solomy Nansubuga Nabukalu (ITP 2018, Uganda) In March 2019 Kabale University and Kabale Regional Museum opened their first ever exhibition named History, the mother of all…

Hadeer Belal (Egypt, ITP 2013) visits the Uganda National Museum to discuss the country’s cultural heritage

In 2017 the International Training Programme gave its first Collaborative Award to Abiti Nelson (Uganda, ITP 2013), Jackline Nyiracyiza Besigye (Uganda ITP 2013); Hadeer Belal (Egypt, ITP 2013),…

ITP+ Mumbai: Group Project Work (Solomy Nabukalu, ITP 2018 & Fadzai Muchemwa, ITP 2017)

Written by Solomy Nabukalu, Conservator, Kabale Museum (ITP 2018, Uganda) and Fadzai Muchemwa, Curator for Education and Public Programming, National Gallery of Zimbabwe (ITP 2017, Zimbabwe) Written Friday…

ITP+ Mumbai: Thoughts on Day 1 (Namrata Sarmah, ITP 2018, India)

Written by Namrata Sarmah, Project Curator, Assam State Museum, Guwahati (ITP 2018, India) For centuries, Mumbai has been a focal point in the Indian Ocean. Maritime routes carried…

NELSON ABITI (ITP 2013, UGANDA): ROAD TO RECONCILIATION UPDATE

Written by Nelson Abiti (ITP 2013, Uganda), Uganda National Museum THE ROAD TO RECONCILIATION: A COLLABORATIVE WORKSHOP AND COMMUNITY EXHIBITION AT UGANDA NATIONAL MUSEUM After a collaborative workshop…

Museums and Education ITP+ Course, Mumbai

Written by Claire Messenger, International Training Programme Manager I’m delighted to be able to give you an update on our plans for the next ITP+ course, Museums and…

ITP+ Course, Museum Interpretation: Report and Handy Guide

In October 2018, 12 ITP fellows attended the third ITP+ course, Museum interpretation, held at the Nubia Museum in Aswan, Egypt. ITP+ courses are short workshops that focus…

Looking Back on ITP+ Aswan (Claire Messenger, ITP Manager)

Written by Claire Messenger, International Training Programme Manager Now we are all back from Aswan I wanted to share some photographs and thoughts with our ITP network. From…