Transnational Art in Heritage Network

Networking international and transnational approaches to contemporary art in heritage practice’ is an 18-month research project, which aims is to initiate a new international network bringing together UK and overseas academics, curators, artists, heritage organisations, and museum sites to exchange and explore transnational understandings of contemporary art in heritage practice.

The project is led by researchers at Newcastle University and is delivered in partnership with Arts&Heritage, National Trust, The International Coalition of Sites of Conscience, and The Artist’s Studio Museum Network.

The project is funded by the UK Arts & Humanities Research Council (AHRC) under its International Research Networking Scheme.