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FREE Digital Skills workshop: How to use Powtoon Animations, Tuesday 8th August, 11am-4pm, Egham, Surrey.
The South East Museum Development Programme is partnering up with Royal Holloway, University of London as part of the Citizens Project, to invite regional museums & galleries to take part in a FREE Digital Skills workshop.
Like, Tweet, Post! Social Media and Blogging for Museums
5th September 2017, Pitt Rivers Museum
Documentation Backlog Training
This is a half day training session for museums in Kent, Surrey, East and West Sussex to hear from Collections Trust about how to resolve documentation backlogs.
Heritage Volunteering Group: Regional Network Event
Networking session for those who run regional heritage volunteer groups or who are interested in doing so.
Documentation Backlog Training
This is a half day training session for museums in Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Berkshire Hampshire and the Isle of Wight to hear from Collections Trust about how to resolve documentation backlogs.
GEM Intermediate Course: Fundraising and Income Generation
Bookings now open for the Fundraising and Income Generation course taking place in London, York and Leeds.
Museum Redisplay: approaches & solutions
A workshop delivered in partnership with the Heritage Lottery Fund
Museums on Prescription End-of-project Workshop
Researchers investigated the value of museum encounters in social prescribing in this 3-year AHRC-funded project.
Celebrate Silver Sunday by holding an event in your museum
Silver Sunday is an annual day of fun and free activities for older people across the UK
GEM's Foundation Course: Museum Learning 2017
Are you in your first year or so of a museum education career or looking to take up an education position in the heritage sector? Or perhaps you have recently acquired managerial responsibility for learning in a heritage organisation?
Museums as Spaces for Wellbeing: 2-day free training DAY 2
Are you interested in exploring how your museum could contribute to people’s health and wellbeing but are not sure where to start? Over the course of two workshops participants will gain the skills and confidence to develop their thinking about thi
Museum Trustee Day
Meet fellow Museum Trustees to explore and discuss your role in leading the museum to thrive
Museums Computer Group Conference - Museums+Tech 2017
The 2017 conference asks whether digital experiences, collections and exhibitions can help create a shared understanding of our world.
Museum Retail: a practical refresher for Smaller Museums, 7th November, Crawley, W.Sussex,
Canterbury Cathedral Conference
‘The Black Prince: Man, mortality and myth’ - a two day conference to be held at the Cathedral on 16th and 17th November 2017
Museums Association Conference and Exhibition
Date for the diary! Museums Association to hold 2017 conference in Manchester
GEM Intermediate Course:Working with Artists in Heritage Settings
Book now for the Working with Artists in Heritage Settings course taking place in Bristol, London and Leeds, GEM in partnership with Engage.
Artswork Conference 2017: Creativity & Life Chances
This one day conference provides opportunities for delegates to see and hear about the impact of arts and culture on the wellbeing of children and young people.
Young Leaders 2017: European Museum Leadership Programme
Four-day leadership conference in Slovenia for museums leaders aged up to 45. Call for applications: deadline 30 July 2017.
GEM Intermediate Course: Health and Wellbeing
Book now for the Health and Wellbeing course taking place in Leicester, London and Manchester, GEM in partnership with National Alliance for Museums Health and Wellbeing (NAMHW).
GEM Intermediate Course: Essentials of Leadership
Bookings now open for the Essentials of Leadership course taking place in Newcastle, London and Bristol, in partnership with Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums (TWAM).
GEM Intermediate Course: Heritage Interpretation
Dscover the background and context for interpretive theory and be supported to put it into practice in a meaningful way.