Three new staff members have joined MACE!


With funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund, MACE has developed FULL CIRCLE, a project that will support local history societies and other organisations to find, identify and use film and video for the benefit of their community.

FULL CIRCLE will run for three years, but aims to have a lasting impact on local communities across the region.

By collecting and showing films, the project aims to build interest in local history and develop a sense of belonging and pride of place in people throughout the Midlands.

MACE can help your community begin to make the most out of its moving image heritage by making films accessible once more. In the meantime we will preserve and protect the original film and video so that future generations can enjoy and study them, both locally and beyond.

Senior Curator, Kay Ogilvie has joined us with Curator, Lucie Kerley and Preservation and Access Technician, Andrew Jenkins

Lucie will be keeping you informed of the latest developments on Facebook, Twitter and MACELive. Further details will follow soon.

The FULL CIRCLE webpages will go live very soon at www.macearchive.org meanwhile you can sign up to our enewsletter or email the FULL CIRCLE team to be kept up to date with developments.

If you have an enquiry about Full Circle at this stage, please email Kay on ko66@le.ac.uk

All the best everyone,
Emma, MACE

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