Month: January 2023

DCMS Appointment Opportunities

· National Portrait Gallery x1 Trustee – closing 11:59pm on 2nd February · Reviewing Committee on the Export of Works of Art and Objects of Cultural Interest: x2 Members – closing 11:59pm on 15th February · Historic England Chair – closing 11:59pm on 16th February

25 January 2023

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Applications are now open for MDY support in 2023-24!

Read through our Support Menu to find out what we offer and which options are best suited to your museum. This application round is the main way of securing in-depth mentoring, coaching or consultancy support from MDY. Please fill out the survey by 27th February 2023. Join our upcoming Elevenses to explore our support menu […]

19 January 2023

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Welcome to our new team members

We are pleased to advise that we have appointed Sarah Oswald and Sue Hughes to join MDY in two fixed-term roles.

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Annual Museum Survey 2022

The results of the latest Annual Museum Survey are now available to view. This survey covers non-national museums in England and allows us to understand how museums are recovering from the pandemic. Scroll through the interactive infographic to see the results for Yorkshire & the Humber and how they compare to the rest of England. […]

17 January 2023

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Celebrating Museums 2023 – booking now open

We are delighted to invite you to Celebrating Museums 2023 on Wednesday 1st February, at The Hospitium in York. 

10 January 2023

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Environmental Conditions – Temporary suspension of the minimum requirement for Temperature until 31 March 2023

If your museum has objects on loan under the Government Indemnity Scheme, please note that Arts Council England and DCMS have agreed a temporary suspension of the minimum requirement for Temperature until 31 March 2023. Note that any environmental changes must first be agreed with your lender. To support museums with rising energy costs […]

5 January 2023

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Call for Partners in Yorkshire – Funded Touring Exhibition

The British Museum are seeking partners for a fully funded opportunity to co-produce a touring exhibition and work directly with audiences to shape the exhibition at your venue. This exhibition will take a collection made over 300 years ago to explore new connections and perspectives. Using a range of objects, including natural history rarities, books […]

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