This month’s Sunday Assembly Edinburgh is all about connecting the past to the future, looking two ways at once and making sense of what could be a confusing and contradictory scene. Our special guest speaker is Catherine Wright from the National Trust for Scotland.
Catherine is a public historian passionate about using artefacts, technology, and storytelling to create meaningful visitor experiences. She is engaging in reviewing the huge range of documents currently held in storage, and will be talking about the ways in which materials from the past help inform the future and also, conversely, how the future affects what is retained and valued from the past. It all sounds very fascinating and we are delighted that Catherine can join us.
There will also be the usual blend of poems, songs to enjoy and sing along with in the privacy of your own home, reflections and the chance to chat with fellow assemblers. Join Edinburgh’s secular congregation as we celebrate live together and seek to Live Better, Help Often and Wonder More.
Join us on Sunday 4th July at 11.30am on Zoom for around an hour. Almost everyone here is registered. If you aren’t please do so at https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJUuc-Cgrj8rHNM24RG9ookmE_3XiSAzPRGr. Everyone registered will receive a reminder an hour before the event. All welcome. See you there!