Thank you for volunteering to attend our Indian Army in the First World War object reinterpretation workshop at the National Army Museum on Sunday 28 February 2016.
This workshop will provide an opportunity to get hands on with objects relating to Indian soldiers from the First World War in the NAM’s collection. These objects include from photographs, uniforms and archives. We will also provide information about researching our collection online or in our Study Centre.
The workshops will start at 12pm and finish by 4:30pm at our outstation in Stevenage.
At NAM Stevenage there is a limited number of parking spaces available on site including disabled spaces. We have full disabled access, as well as disabled toilet facilities. If you are arriving by car, please let us know in advance so that we can register your license plate with security.
Please arrive at 12pm for lunch (light lunch provided) and the workshop will begin promptly afterwards. If you have any dietary requirements, please do let us know in advance. Refreshments of tea and biscuits will be provided and there will be plenty of opportunities for discussion and networking.
The workshop will be filmed and photographed throughout the day. If you are not happy to be on camera then please let us know. In regards to taking your own personal pictures of objects, we ask that no close-up shots be taken but we can provide high-res images to you.
Object handling – no food or drink is permitted in the same room as objects.
If you have any questions about the event or require further information, please contact Jasdeep Singh at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 0207 881 2489.
Thank you and we look forward to seeing you on the 28 February.
National Army Museum
Royal Hospital Road
020 7881 2460