Julianne McGraw is the Dig It! Communications Manager at the Society of Antiquaries of Scotland and has worked on the project in its various forms since 2014. She has also spent time as a Digital Media Content Creator at National Museums Scotland, enjoyed a six-month internship at Agatha Christie’s holiday home with the National Trust and is one of the co-founders of the Scottish Heritage Social Media Group.
MuseumNext Creative Museums Summit
Wednesday, 29th June 2022
Commissioning Creatives to Bring the Past to Life
The heritage sector is full of amazing stories, but sometimes we need a bit of help telling them. Since 2019, the Dig It! project has commissioned designers, illustrators, a tattoo artist, a storyteller, a spoken word artist and photographers to ignite the public’s imagination and foster enthusiasm for archaeology. Find out how this approach can help you reach new audiences through festivals, campaigns and celebrations, allow you to connect with creatives from underrepresented communities who can bring fresh approaches to how the past is depicted, enable you to develop and deepen relationships within and outside of the sector, and more.
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