Museums Association Update

Museums Survey
 – Last Chance to Contribute

The Museums Association is partnering with Museum Development teams this year to deliver a new and improved version of what was previously known as the Cuts Survey. The survey will feed into the work of the Museums Taskforce as well as providing data for an annual ‘state of the nations’ report on museums, so it’s really important.

The survey can be found here. Please make sure that your museum completes the survey by 28 October as the more responses the more accurate the overall picture will be.

Museums Association Conference

The annual MA conference will be held in Glasgow on 7 and 8 November. Tickets for the event are selling fast, so it is advised you book your place now. The full programme and  booking details are available here.

You can follow the conference on Twitter using the hashtag #museums2016

CPD Conference On Message – Effective Strategies for Marketing and PR”
6th December, London

This one-day conference focuses on smaller venues and those based outside London to help them raise their profile in an environment in which they are increasingly expected to illustrate their public value and continued relevance. It will look at practical ways that museums can generate press interest and reach new audiences through innovative marketing campaigns. It will look at traditional and digital marketing techniques.

For further information, please see here.

 Professional Development Strategy Development

The MA is developing a strategy based on the wants and needs of the sector. It is still in development phase.  Within the next four weeks ideas are going to be tested with different audiences across the country and two sessions at conference. A virtual Testing Group who will add another voice to the thinking and design phases. If you want to be involved please contact Tamsin@museumsassociation.org

 

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