A free webinar showcasing the winners of the 2023 AHI Engaging People Awards. Learn the secrets behind their success.
- Changes in a Lifetime: Climate Cafés at Stromness Museum, Orkney Natural History Society Museum – Community conversations about changes in people’s lives that could be attributed to climate change, inspired by the museum collections. Award for Excellence in Interpretation winner and winner of the Calling Out Climate Change category (Sponsored by The Way Design).
- National Famine Museum, Strokestown Estate, County Roscommon – The compelling and emotive story of the Great Irish Famine, told through the lens of the Strokestown Estate archive. Indoors Category winner (sponsored by Fraser Randall).
- ‘The Future Belongs To What Was As Much As What Is’ by Morag Myerscough at Housesteads Roman Fort, English Heritage – A colourful contemporary artwork inspired by the original Roman gatehouse at Housesteads, created by Myerscough with the local community. Temporary Event or Activity category winner (sponsored by BeWunder)
- Rebuilding Lives: 50 years of Ugandan Asians, Navrang Arts, – Volunteer-led exhibitions, events and activities to commemorate Leicester’s Ugandan Asian community’s expulsion from Uganda and celebrate rebuilding their lives in the UK. Community Engagement category winner (sponsored by Tandem Design)