Organised in collaboration with the Open University, this study day explored the role and practice of collaboration in the making of art and design during the Renaissance. The day examined collaborations between centres of production and between individuals, as well as the overlaps and exchange between different media, disciplines and countries. It included talks relating closely to the new Medieval and Renaissance Galleries by curators and conservators from the project team, and art historians from the Open University. Speakers include Kim Woods, Carol Richardson, Kirstin Kennedy, Peta Motture, Glyn Davies, Rachel Turnbull and Flora Dennis. Footage from this event is currently unavailble for public use due to copyright restrictions. For more information please contact the Open Arts Archive using the 'Contact Us' tab above.