During the project 6 events were organised, by the 5 co-organisers and the project coordinator. These seminar/workshops were not only an opportunity for project participants to come together, but also an opportunity for other interested individuals to attend.

Each event had a two day programme and apart from the first event, which was open to project participants only, the first day was always open to all interested public and took the form of a seminar. These seminars were attended by a variety of people, from conservators, curators and students (both in conservation and museology) to scholars in art history and sociology.

In large-scale projects such as Inside Installations, these events proved crucial not only for the exchange of knowledge and experiences gained, but also to increase trust amongst project participants. This better understanding of each other’s professional background and ideas resulted in increased creativity and productivity in realising the project deliverables. In addition, meeting each other on a regular face-to-face basis opened up new working relationships that were not anticipated from the start.

For specific lectures that took place during each event, look under project>lectures and then choose the city in which the event took place. Documentation of these lectures uses various formats: powerpoint presentations, transcripts (pdf) and video.

Project events include programmes, abstracts and information about lecturers.

For a list per event on the lectures that are available, see further on in this virtual tour.