Museums and the Law Programme

Following on from the successful Museums and the Law seminar we ran earlier in the year we’re pleased to announce the next part of the programme. Running from October to December the workshops will cover a number of areas from acquisitions to the legalities of being a Trustee giving delegates the knowledge and resources needed to keep on the right side of the law.

Museums and the Law: Copyright Essentials
Tuesday 17th October
Manchester Museum
10:00 – 16:00
FREE

Led by copyright specialist Naomi Korn, this session is an introduction to basic copyright principles, covering the management, protection, exploitation and use of information and content.

To book a place please visit our eventbrite page.

Museums and the Law: Data Protection
Wednesday 18th October
Manchester Museum
10:00 – 16:00
FREE

In May 2018, the new General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) will substantially impact the handling of personal data. This will affect how data is collected, used and shared by museum staff, trustees and volunteers and in this session Naomi Korn, will help you understand what this means for your museum & how you should prepare for the changes.

To book a place please visit our eventbrite page.

Museums and the Law: Acquisitions and Disposals
Thursday 9th November
People’s History Museum, Manchester
10:00 – 16:00
FREE

Featuring a panel comprising Janet Ulph (Professor of Law at Leicester University), Sarah Brown (Outreach Officer at Collections Trust) and the Museums Association, the workshop is an opportunity to discuss the legal and ethical considerations of acquisition and disposal issues. Delegates will have the opportunity beforehand to submit questions and scenarios to be debated by the panel.

To book a place please visit our eventbrite page.

Museums and the Law: Trustees
Friday 8th December
Lancashire Conservation Studios, Preston
10:00 – 16:00
FREE

Led by Shirley Collier, this workshop will take delegates through the legal obligations of being on a Board of Trustees and tell you what you need to know and do once appointed.

To book a place please visit our eventbrite page.

If you have any questions about the programme please contact Alex Bird – alexander.bird@manchester.ac.uk

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