Category: Museum Development North

Success for Northern Museums at the Museums + Heritage Awards 2024

We are very pleased to announce that the Roots and Branches programme has been awarded Sustainable Project of the Year at the Museums + Heritage Awards 2024. It won the award jointly with The Scottish Crannog Centre for their 1000 Fingerprints 1000 Voices project. Roots and Branches is a collaboration between The Carbon Literacy Project, Museum Development England, and Manchester Museum. It is […]

16 May 2024

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GEM – Case Studies

GEM has shared their spring Case Studies, the theme of which is ‘Reimaging Engagement’. A number of northern museums have been included in the case studies selected; The Judges Lodgings, National Museums Liverpool, The Auckland Project and Vindolanda. Read the case studies on the GEM website

9 May 2024

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Kids in Museums – Family Friendly Museum Awards

There is still time to complete applications for the Kids in Museums Family Friendly Award 2024. The categories are: Best Small Museum: up to 100k visits Best Medium Museum: 100-400k visits Best Large Museum: 400k+ visits Best Accessible Museum New: Best Museum Youth Group Closing date for nominations – Monday 3 June Find out more […]

7 May 2024

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IAASF Conference 2024

This year’s theme will discuss Developing Resilience for the Protection of Cultural Venues at Redworth Hall Hotel, County Durham on the 16th and 17th of October 2024. We welcome speakers and delegates from around the world, with the Middle East, Europe, New Zealand and Canada being on the list last year. We currently have an early bird offer Our […]

8 April 2024

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Get Your House In Order – Collections Documentation Programme

Do you know what you have, where it is and who owns it? Can you afford not to know this? Our ‘Getting Your House in Order’ programme focuses on the planning and work required for museums to get their collections documentation in order.  You can book now for our first 3 sessions, an Introduction to […]

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