Diane Lees CBE will deliver a talk entitled "Creating better Global Citizens: how museums are helping to build a better future".
Please see below for registration details.
We are delighted to confirm that the inaugural Portal Trust Education Lecture will be hosted by the Bayes Business School and will be available to view live online on November 2nd.
Diane Lees CBE, Director General of the Imperial War Museums, will deliver a talk entitled 'Creating better Global Citizens: how museums are helping to build a better future’.
You can register here
Since October 2008, Diane Lees has served as Director-General of the Imperial War Museums.
Diane Lees began her career as an historic buildings researcher and then moved into exhibitions, education and interpretation. She has worked on some of the most challenging and exciting projects in the country, including the rescue and relocation of a hat block manufacturer’s workshop in central Manchester, the recovery and display of the Mary Rose flagship in Portsmouth Harbour and the redisplay of the Nelson Galleries at the Royal Naval Museum. She project-managed the creation of the UK standard for the recording of information about museum collections (SPECTRUM) and was responsible for the creation of the only museum of law in the country, the multi-award-winning Galleries of Justice in Nottingham.