The applications are now CLOSED
We are pleased to announce that The Andrew Logan Museum of Sculpture has successfully received funding from The National Lottery Heritage Fund to undertake a project on The Heritage of Andrew Logan over two years.
This will allow us to create two new staff posts at the museum – a full-time Project Curator and a part-time Project Co-ordinator.
These roles will allow us to complete an audit and survey of the museum collection in terms of conservation needs, cataloguing, display, and storage, and work towards the creation of a fully digital catalogue of Andrew’s artworks. It will enable further research into Andrew’s life to explain and interpret his work with relevance to politics, economy, social history and culture as well as moral attitudes of the period from the late 1960s – through Glam Rock, Punk, New Romantics, Disco, and Rave cultures to the present day. The grant will allow us to create new digital archives to supplement those now held at the Andrew Logan archive at De Montfort University.
We send huge thanks to The National Lottery Heritage Fund and National Lottery players for giving us this opportunity.