Getting the town talking through digitisation

Oct. 26, 2017 by

Suzanne Paterson, Digitisation Project Officer at the Scottish Fisheries Museum, chats about their recent Recognition Funded digitisation project, Moving Images 2. The Scottish Fisheries Museum holds over 14,000 negatives in

A Stitch in Time: The Story of Singer Sewing Machines

A Stitch in Time for Clydebank

Mar. 22, 2017 by

  Towards the end of 2016, Clydebank Museum and Art Gallery launched A Stitch in Time – a new project focused on celebrating The Sewing Machine Collection and Singer Archive,

An example of one of the images used during our group reminiscence sessions

Recognised Collection at the heart of national reminiscence project

Feb. 21, 2017 by

2009 was an important year for the Scottish Football Museum. In October the collections held by the museum were Recognised as being Nationally Significant. Four months earlier the museum embarked

Veteran Weavers at Constable Works, Dundee. Taken on the day of King George VI's coronation, 1937. Image courtesy of Verdant Works.

Our Shared Industrial Past: Where Go Industrial Was Born

Jan. 25, 2017 by

Scotland’s industrial past binds us together as a nation. This story is told by a series of museums covering the wealth of Scottish industries: fishing, shipbuilding, textiles, agriculture, mining, engineering,

Recognising Success

Nov. 8, 2016 by

Often when you hear us talk about recognition, it’s usually in conjunction with the word “scheme”. Back in October’s Connect, we wanted to focus on the gaining recognition from achievement