ITP annual report 2023
We are delighted to share the ITP annual report 2023 with you all!
The report talks about the annual programme, what was new for 2023, and gives the opportunity for our departmental and UK partner museum colleagues to talk about their programmes. It also covers some of the other highlights of the ITP year – with a lovely contribution from our ITP Senior Fellow 2023, Ciprian Dobra, Alba Iulia Municipality Counselor and Cultural Objective Curator, Principia Museum (Romania, ITP 2019, Senior Fellow 2023) – and a focus on our legacy projects and our plans for the future.
We had a wonderful group of fellows for 2023 who have shared their reports on their time with us and we are already looking forward to working with them in the future on our legacy projects and programmes.
The 2023 report marks the end of what was a very busy year for the ITP and a year which saw us return to a six-week summer programme for the first time 2019!
We’d like to thank everyone who contributed to the 2023 report, it is great to have all your voices included and makes the report a really interesting read. Thank you to the British Museum’s Marketing team for their hard work in putting the report together.
We’d also like to thank everyone who supported the annual programme 2023 – a full list of our supporters is in the report. Without their generous support the International Training Programme wouldn’t be possible and we are so grateful for the opportunities their support gives us to deliver both the annual programme and our legacy projects.
We are now working on the next annual programme for 2024! With colleagues across the museum we are selecting the fellows for next year and we will be meeting our UK partner colleagues in Glasgow – kindly hosted by Ed Johnson at the Burrell Collection – to talk about plans for the 2024.
Meanwhile, we hope you will continue to keep up to date with us via the blog, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and the ITP Newsletter, and please do let us know if you have something you’d like to share with the ITP network – we’d love to hear from you.