We are delighted to present the full programme for Pass it on! Celebrating Scotland’s sporting heritage. The event will bring together experts in the curation, care, use and promotion of sporting heritage to discuss their work and provide details of current projects. The event if free and open to anyone with an interest in sporting heritage. If you would like to attend please contact Ian Mackintosh, Exhibitions Assistant, Hosts & Champions, at firstname.lastname@example.org / tel. 01786 467240
Pass it on! Celebrating Scotland’s sporting heritage
University of Stirling Library
Friday 24 February 2017
10.30: Tea & coffee
10.45: Sporting Heritage Networks
12.00: Unlocking Scotland’s Sporting Heritage #1
- Hosts & Champions project
- Karl Magee, University of Stirling
- Ian Mackintosh, University of Stirling
- Richard Haynes, University of Stirling
13.45: Unlocking Scotland’s Sporting Heritage #2
- Richard McBrearty, Scottish Football Museum
- Rebecca Prentice, British Golf Museum, St Andrews
- Neil Johnson-Symington, Cycling collection, Glasgow Museums
- Paul Brough, Bill McLaren Archive, Hawick Heritage Hub
15.00: Tea & coffee
15.15: Using Scotland’s Sporting Heritage
- Andy Mitchell & John Hutchinson, Independent researchers
- Matthew McDowell, University of Edinburgh
- Chris Wilkins, Sporting Memories Network
16.30: The Future of Scotland’s Sporting Heritage
- Discussion chaired by Richard Haynes, University of Stirling
Throughout the day a small exhibition of material from the Commonwealth Games Scotland Archive will be on display in the Archives & Special Collections area.
17.00: Evening social event, Macrobert arts centre
- 17.00 – Drinks reception
- 17.30 – Film screening
- 19.00 – Conference dinner
University of Stirling Library
Friday 24 February 2017, 10am – 5pm
This event, supported by the Sport in Museums Network, will bring together all those with an interest in Scotland’s sporting heritage including its creators (competitors and clubs), curators (archivists, librarians and museum professionals) and users (academics and researchers). A programme of talks, displays and film screenings will examine how our sporting heritage is currently being cared for and celebrated. The event will highlight the huge potential of sporting heritage in areas including education, tourism, sporting participation and reminiscence projects. It will also provide an opportunity to discuss future steps to protect and develop our sporting heritage.
Hugh Dan MacLennan (Sports commentator and Shinty historian)
Richard McBrearty (Scottish Football Museum)
Angela Howe (British Golf Museum, St Andrews)
Chris Wilkins (Sporting Memories Network)
Justine Reilly (Sport in Museums Network)
Richard Haynes (Hosts & Champions, University of Stirling)
The University of Stirling is home to the Commonwealth Games Scotland Archive, which documents over 80 years of Scottish sporting participation on the international stage. Following the Glasgow 2014 Games a touring exhibition was developed. Hosts & Champions: Scotland in the Commonwealth Games has visited ten venues across Scotland, travelled hundreds of miles around the country and been seen by thousands of visitors.
The event is free and open to anyone with an interest in sporting heritage.
Please note that there are a limited number of 50 places available for this event.
If you would like to attend please contact Ian Mackintosh, Exhibitions Assistant, Hosts & Champions, at email@example.com / tel. 01786 467240