AIM Virtual Conference
AIM’s first ever virtual conference draws practitioners, professionals, experts and policymakers together from across the cultural spectrum.
Earlier this year, AIM, like many, had to cancel a planned conference – they were due to meet in the beautiful surrounds of Port Sunlight in mid June. Whilst that conference has been pushed back to 2021, the fact remains that at this most difficult of times, it is perhaps more important than ever to bring our community together.
In response, AIM has drawn together practitioners, professionals, experts and policymakers from across the cultural spectrum to deliver a virtual conference.
Roads to Recovery will consider the challenges and impact of the coronavirus outbreak on AIM members and on the wider museum and cultural sector.
The programme splits across two days, with day one – Thursday 18 June – focused on the future and day two – Friday 19 June – considering the tools that will help us respond to that future.
Given the financial pressures both our members and our sector are currently operating under this conference will be free to attend.
Given the importance and wider relevance of the discussions we will have, all sessions will be open to non-AIM members, save for the workshops on day two.