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We’re inviting you to vote for your favourite object by liking or sharing its short film on Twitter, Facebook or Instagram.
The objects with the most votes will be made into longer, more in-depth films by a professional filmmaker.
Taking place at the weekend, the workshops combine audio description, touch and shared learning with making, creating and collaboration, and are led by artist Sally Todd….
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Now we want you to vote for your favourite Shackleton object.
What does Shackleton have to do with our new hashtag – #Museum Speed Dating?
No, the Polar Museum hasn’t decided to branch out into matchmaking (though I’m sure our penguin could thaw even the iciest of hearts! Instead, this is a new way to show you some more of our Shackleton collection, and find out what you’d like to see more of too.
Using this hashtag, we’ve posted 10 short films across all of our social media channels about some of the amazing objects in our collection.
All I can say is, having got to know all of the objects pretty well over the last few weeks, I don’t envy you having to pick just three!
In 2018, the University of Cambridge Museums (UCM) set in motion a series of events designed to explore if and how it could extend its engagement with adults who are blind or partially sighted.
So why not take our ten objects on a one minute speed date, work out which ones you would like to know better, and let us know – so that we can tell you more about them.