Category: Support

The National Archives – Digital Assets Register Toolkit and Training

As part of their digital capacity building strategy, Our Digital Century, The National Archives commissioned the Digital Preservation Coalition (DPC) to develop a toolkit on creating and maintaining a Digital Asset Register (DAR) for your archive. A DAR is used to gather information to better understand your digital content and make managing its preservation more […]

21 May 2024

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Touring Exhibitions Group – Preparing to Borrow Training

Touring Exhibitions Groups is leading ‘Preparing to Borrow’ training courses over the summer. This live online training guides participants through the complete lending and borrowing process when borrowing from UK public museums and galleries. The training covers the perspective of both the lender and borrow to provide a holistic understanding of the process, with an […]

14 May 2024

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GEM – Freelancers Catch Up

An opportunity for cultural freelancers to chat with like minded people, hear the latest from GEM and chat about future ideas, speakers and topics for the group. Thursday 23 May 10.00-11.00 Book via Eventbrite

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The Space – Developing and Delivering Creative Digital Projects for Online Audiences

Arts and cultural organisations based in England can now apply for funding and support from The Space to develop and deliver a creative digital project for online audiences. Digital commissions of up to £15, 000 are available for organisations to produce video, audio project, or interactive or immersive projects. The opportunity is open to including museums, […]

9 May 2024

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Paul Mellon Centre Art Trade Forum 2024: open to applications

Applications are now open to join a group of twelve participants for the Paul Mellon Centre’s annual Art Trade Forum. The forum intends to give emerging curators, arts professionals, and researchers a greater understanding of the inner workings of auction houses and art dealerships. This will be useful for early-career arts professionals who want to […]

7 May 2024

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Charity Finance Group – VAT and Tax Conference

Join CFG for insightful discussions, practical advice, and updates from those working closely in the VAT and tax space. The online session will cover: The latest updates on VAT case law and optimising recovery The up-to-date changes on relevant tax and Gift Aid Information on the evolving digital tax reporting landscape This event would be valuable […]

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Survey Results – Programming for Non-School and Home Educated Children

The results of a previously circulated survey looking at programming for non-school & Home Educated children are now live. This is part of a wider project around provision for children not at school funded by Arts Council England’s Developing Your Creative Practice grant. Find the results here

30 April 2024

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Curious Minds – Working with Young People Training Courses

I’m a Teenager, Get Me Into There! A short course for museum staff who want to feel more confident in their interactions with young people in their venue. Crafted from extensive research with young people, our program is delivered by expert trainers and packed full of insights, advice and ideas that will leave staff feeling […]

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Oxford Cultural Leaders – Training Package

Oxford Cultural Leaders (OCL) is celebrating its 10th year by launching a 1:1 coaching package exclusively for cultural leaders, complementing its established international leadership development programmes. Applications for the residential programme are now open until 3 June Find the details here

12 April 2024

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GEM North East – Working with Home Educators

NE Natter: Working with Home Educators Wednesday 10 July 3pm – 4pm Virtual FREE event for members and non-members – book tickets here Join GEM North East for an informal online natter to discuss the ways we can work with Home Educated families. Morgan Fail, from the Great North Museum: Hancock and GEM NE rep, […]

8 April 2024

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