Heritage Hunters: What we learned when 28 youth leaders visited Nottingham


In the spring, City Arts held the second half of our Heritage Hunters exchange project. Twenty-eight ‘youth leaders’, from across Europe, came together for a week-long seminar in Nottingham. The group included people from the Denmark, Armenia, Romania, Turkey, Moldova, Azerbaijan, Ukraine and the UK. The aim of the seminar was to learn about and discuss way of promote cultural heritage to young people, particularly using innovative artistic activities. During the seminar the participants had the opportunity to explore Nottingham City by visiting different cultural and heritage venues including Stonebridge City Farm, Green’s Mill and Science Centre, William Booth Birthplace Museum, Backlit Gallery and Studios, New Art Exchange, Nottingham Contemporary, the Malt Cross, Bromley House Library and the Lace Market….


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