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Cymru'n Cofio Wales Remembers 1914-1918 logo

The Welsh Government and People’s Collection Wales (PCW) are working with Imperial War Museums as part of a UK-wide initiative to ensure that the outputs of commemoration activities which were organised to mark the centenary of the First World War by communities across Wales are preserved and made as widely accessible as possible.

If you have been involved in a First World War centenary project, please join us at the Cymru’n Cofio Wales Remembers 1914-1918 Preserving the Commemoration Online Workshop at 10am on the 17th September to discuss how best to preserve the legacy of your commemorative activities.

 

Agenda

10:00 - Introduction to the workshop. Tom Pert, People’s Collection Wales

10:10 - Presentation: Cymru’n Cofio Wales Remembers 1914-1918 Programme Overview.  Michael Krawec, Welsh Government

10:25 - Presentation: Publishing First World War collections on the People’s Collection Wales. Helen Rowe, RCAHMW and Elena Gruffudd, People’s Collection Wales

10:55 - Presentation: Legacy of the First World War centenary commemorations; the UK perspective. Charlotte Pearce, Imperial War Museums

11:10 - Presentation: Repurposing the archive; bringing stories to life through film. Pete Roch, Squeaky Pedal

11:25 - Q&A - Ask the Experts

12:00 - Closing Remarks and Next Steps. Tom Pert, People’s Collection Wales    


Casgliad y Werin Cymru - People's Collection Wales

Casgliad y Werin Cymru People's Collection Wales logo

Rydyn ni’n gwarchod ac yn dathlu cyfoeth hanes Cymru drwy gasglu profiadau pobl gyffredin.

We preserve and celebrate the rich history of Wales by collecting unique stories from everyday people. 

tom.pert@rcahmw.gov.uk