Whitegold Curator Katie Bunnell and Festival Producer Cat Radford co-host a discussion between Whitegold Prize winner Neil Brownsword, director of SpinDrift Dance Collective, Suzie West with Jo Moore and Gemma Martin from Wheal Martyn Clay Works; the UK’s only china clay museum and now a Scheduled Ancient Monument.

During the session panellists will discuss their experiences of collaboration between heritage sites, collections and the arts from their perspectives as makers and curators; how they reveal the stories uncovered and create engaging visitor experiences for the culturally curious.

The panellists will also share more about the exhibitions and performances taking place at Wheal Martyn and online at Window into Whitegold this September and how people can get involved.  

View the interview above.

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