Partners have included:
York Museums Trust
York Museums Trust have been partners and have kindly loaned items from their collections for various exhibitions and participated in other projects. The Trust has also mounted exhibitions at York Museum, and set moth traps in the Museum Gardens.
Yorkshire Wildlife Trust assisted with the ‘Winged Skull’ moth exhibition, The Moth Anthology and have also advised on the development of the wild garden as a wildlife habitat.
British Trust for Ornithology Held bird ringing sessions during ‘A Bitter Draught’ the starling and slavery project.
Coxwold Local History Society have collaborated with us on various projects to do with Coxwold and St Michael’s Church.
Institute for the Public Understanding of the Past (IPUP)
Shandy Hall hosted an international conference on re-enactment: a collaboration of academics, filmmakers, curators, and visual artists interested in the relations between memory and re-enactment and the imaginative relationship between past and present.
This was based on Tristram Shandy’s Uncle Toby and Corporal Trim (the first war-gamers). Corporal Trim used re-enactment of the Seige of Namur as therapy to help his master recover from the trauma of injury.