Training and events

How to Set Up, Survive and Thrive as a Freelancer in the Cultural Sector

A one-day training course for those aspiring to be effective and successful freelancers and consultants. Join this practical and inspiring training workshop designed to kick-start and sustain a flourishing freelancing or consultancy business. The day is jam-packed with proven approaches, ideas and tools to help you to get started, market yourself, find work, win work, manage […]

14 October 2019

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Museums Association Annual Conference and Exhibition

The Museums Association Conference & Exhibition is the largest event of its kind in Europe for museums and heritage professionals.  Over 1,500 senior staff discuss the latest issues, discover new practice and meet the world’s leading suppliers and consultants. The theme of Brighton 2019 is Sustainable and Ethical Museums in a Globalised World. The conference […]

3 October 2019

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Creative Collaborations – Working with Artists

Creative Collaborations – Working with Artists Following on from our conference, we offer a practical tips session on working with Artists. This will include where to meet them, how to develop projects, where you can get funding, contracts and agreements, and marketing the finished product. You will hear from museums and heritage venues  who have […]

28 October 2019

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Numismatic Documentation and Photography Training Day

This free event is being run by Andrew Woods from York Museums Trust and is open to anyone working or volunteering with numismatic collections in museums in Yorkshire and beyond.  A limited number of Arts Council England travel bursaries are available to support those within England who are otherwise unable to attend and will be […]

4 October 2019 · Yorkshire Museum

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Tactile Access to Collections Workshop

The TEG Tactile Access to Collections: Maximising and Managing Public Object Handling Opportunities workshop combines practical and theoretical activities to help you develop opportunities for the delivery of tactile access to your collections. The workshop is suitable for curatorial and learning staff who are interested to create/develop opportunities and an infrastructure for the public to handle objects […]

9 October 2019

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West Yorkshire, Harrogate and Craven Museums Forum

Museum Development Yorkshire are hosting the next West Yorkshire, Harrogate and Craven Museums Forum on the 16th October 2019. We will kindly be hosted by Wakefield One. Our Theme will be: Making It Work For Everyone: Volunteer Management and Development This will be an opportunity to: Review your volunteer management practices Reflect on how to […]

16 October 2019 · Wakefield One

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South Yorkshire Museums Forum

Museum Development Yorkshire are hosting the next South Yorkshire Museums Forum on the 21st October 2019. We will kindly be hosted by Experience Barnsley. Our theme will be: Attracting Visitors: Knowing and Developing your Audiences This will be an opportunity to: Increase your understanding of what audience research can do for your museum Understand some […]

21 October 2019 · Learning Lab at Experience Barnsley Museum

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