What's the future for the past?
Gravel Hill Farm, Community Centre, Gravel Hill Farm Madingley Rise Madingley Road, CB3 0FU
Saturday 29 October: 5:30pm - 7:15pm
Update: Booking is now open
On 29th October 2016, MOLA's Built Heritage Consultant James Dixon will be joining fellow leading heritage experts Sarah May (Research Associate, UCL Institute of Archaeology) and Rachael Kiddey (Research Associate, University of York & Editorial Assistant at the Independent Social Research Foundation) as part of the Cambridge Festival of Ideas to discuss the future of the past with 'Prospection', an art project dedicated to following and documenting the development of the NW Cambridge community.
'Prospection' is lead by artists Karen Guthrie and Nina Pope and in association with The Cambridgeshire Archives, James and the panel will explore a variety of thought-provoking fieldwork and research from the project so far and discuss what the past holds for the future, and what the future holds for the past. Audiences will also be given chance to browse the findings from the first two years of the project.