AIM’S Virtual Conference ‘Roads to Recovery’ 18 & 19 June 2020Event Date:18 June 2020 12:00 am — 19 June 2020 12:00am
AIM’s first virtual conference will consider the challenges and impact of C-19 outbreak on the museum and cultural sector.
- Day One (Thursday 18 June) focused on the future.
- Day Two (Friday 19 June) focused on tools that will help the sector respond to that future.
- Conference is FREE to attend, but you need to book in advance.
- ALL sessions open to non-AIM members, apart from workshops on Day Two.
- Captions videos of the sessions will be made available after the event.
Thurs 18 June
- 10am-11am: Roads to Recovery: Dr Maria Balshaw (Tate, NMDC) and Andrew Lovett (Black Country Living Museum)
- 30am-12.30pm: Welcome to the new normal: Bernard Donoghue (ALVA)
- 30pm-2.30pm: Leading in our time, and AIM AGM: Hilary Carty (Clore Leadership)
- 30pm-4.30pm: The shape of the future (panel discussion): Neil Mendoza (DCMS Commissioner), Kate Bellamy (ACE), Lucy Casot (Museums Galleries Scotland), John Orna-Ornstein (NLHF)
Fri 19 June
- 10am-11am: Preparing to reopen: case studies from independent museums (Sarah Gardam (Roald Dahl Museum and Story Centre), Mhairi Cross (National Mining Museum for Scotland).
- 15am-12.15pm (WORKSHOP FULL) Post Covid-19, what are your options? Scenario lanning for the future: Hilary Barnard and Ruth Lesirge (HRBL Consulting)
- 1pm-2pm (WORKSHOP FULL) Business planning out of a crisis (Heather Lomas)
- 15pm-2.45pm: Covid-19: Key legal issues for charities (Laetitia Ransley and Nyla Yousef, Farrer & Co)
- 3pm-4pm (WORKSHOP FULL): Strategy: Thrive not just survive (Rosalind Johnson, A Different View).
- 15pm-5pm: How do we get through this? Tips for personal resilience from the Network for Resilience in Wales (Nick Winterbotham)