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Jude Dicken – Manx National Heritage

06/11/2020

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Jude Dicken, the Collections Information Manager for Manx National Heritage, speaks about the variety of collections she oversees. This ranges from Viking Archaeology to early daguerreotypes of the island, and the contemporary showcase of the Isle of Mann's TT motor festival.

Jude discusses ambitious projects from as far back as the 1940s when an archive of recordings was made of the last native Manx speakers, to the recent 3D scanning and modeling project of the 200 early Medieval Viking crosses on the Isle. The promotion of their freely available digitized archive of Manx newspapers dating from 1792 has led to very positive engagement from both locally and further afield.

Links

Website: manxnationalheritage.im/

iMuseum Website: www.imuseum.im/

Facebook: facebook.com/manxnationalheritage

Jude Dicken – Manx National Heritage

Jude Dicken, the Collections Information Manager for Manx National Heritage, speaks about the variety of collections she oversees. This ranges from Viking Archaeology to early daguerreotypes of the island, and the contemporary showcase of the Isle of Mann's TT motor festival.

Jude discusses ambitious projects from as far back as the 1940s when an archive of recordings was made of the last native Manx speakers, to the recent 3D scanning and modeling project of the 200 early Medieval Viking crosses on the Isle. The promotion of their freely available digitized archive of Manx newspapers dating from 1792 has led to very positive engagement from both locally and further afield.

Links

Website: manxnationalheritage.im/

iMuseum Website: www.imuseum.im/

Facebook: facebook.com/manxnationalheritage

To be notified as new recordings are released, please subscribe using the button below.