No One Left Behind

Resources for Heritage Organisations

These free toolkits and training videos have been designed to support Worcestershire heritage organisations and individuals following the coronavirus pandemic. The project has also involved providing consultancy and mentoring to local organisations in a wide range of topics, from business planning to social media.

The ‘No One Left Behind’ project is a partnership between Museums Worcestershire and Worcestershire Archive & Archaeology Service (WAAS), funded by Historic England.

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‘Hokusai’s Great Wave: Reflections of Japan’

Celebrating centuries of cultural and artistic exchange between Japan and the west. During 2020, exciting new research was undertaken into the traditional woodcut Japanese prints in the Worcester City collection. This research has revealed more about the artists and stories behind the Japanese characters and scenes depicted. The exhibition explores the impact of traditional Japanese techniques, style and motifs not only on western art but on one of Worcester’s most famous exports – Royal Worcester Porcelain. This exhibition was made possible with a grant from the Weston Loan Programme with Art Fund. […]

The ‘No One Left Behind’ project is a partnership between Museums Worcestershire and Worcestershire Archive & Archaeology Service,
funded by Historic England. Read the full project announcement here.

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