The Migration Network is a knowledge-sharing network bringing together organisations from across the UK heritage sector and beyond.
It is hosting an online event that will be a mixture of case studies, discussion groups and networking opportunities.
The four case studies will be:
- The National Trust’s Colonial Countrysides project at Speke Hall
- The Museum of Liverpool’s community outreach of The Secret Life of Pembroke Place
- The Peoples’ History Museum in Manchester’s migration season programming
- The Migration Museum’s digital public engagement for Heart of the Nation
Afternoon facilitated discussion groups will cover:
- working with asylum seekers and refugees
- anti-racism commitments in your workplace
- how to engage with schools on these themes
- the process of co-developing a long term collection display on migration
The event will take place online on Thursday October 1 between 10:30 AM – 4:00 PM. The event is for all but particularly those living and working in the North West. To book a place, please click here.
Imagination Museum Consortium are hosting an online discussion event for heritage and dance practitioners later in the year, on Thursday October 22nd from 10-12 noon.
This will be a free event, delivered online via Zoom. It will be facilitated by Emma McFarland (currently head of the National Gallery’s Innovation Programme as well as an independent Innovation Producer) and will include presentations from 4 speakers, with more information on these speakers to be confirmed in the coming weeks.
To view more information about the event, click here.
To reserve a place, click here.
The Association for Cultural Enterprises are hosting the following online workshops:
Culture Sprint Online Workshops – Free, members only | Starts 22 Sep 2020
This series of events are designed to give current and future arts leaders a tool for solving critical business challenges. Prepared in collaboration with The Revels Office.
To find out more and to book, please click here.
Re-Opening Retail – Free, members only | 25 Sep, 11am
A panel of cultural retailers discuss how our shops have fared since re-opening, looking at issues such as social distancing, stock management and how footfall, ATV and conversion rates have been affected.
To register for this webinar, please click here.
The National Archives are hosting an online event as part of the Digital Archives Learning Exchange (DALE) series.
The event will include sessions on accessibility, demonstrating impact, developing online content for children, and running a remote volunteering project.
Registration for the event is free. It will be held on Tuesday 29 September between 2pm – 3:30pm. For further information and to register, click here.
The Arts Marketing Association (AMA) will be a free webinar focussing on how to design your website to best reflect your organisation.
“Personality, Purpose and Heart – how your website can better reflect your brand’ will be held on 30 September 30, 10:00 am – 11:30 am.
For more information and to register, click here.
The Digital Culture Network are hosting a number of webinars, including:
Thursday 3 September 2020, 2.30pm
Revisioning 2020: Achieving Customer Relationship Mastery
Presented in partnership with Tessitura, this session will provide you with a true understanding of how CRM can transform your business strategy during the Covid-19 lockdown and beyond.
Thursday 24 September 2020, 2pm
A beginner’s guide to Tikok
A webinar for arts and cultural organisations to learn how to use the newest social media platform taking the world by storm.
Thursday 1 October 2020, 2pm
Getting started in online retail: Launch to success
A webinar for arts and cultural organisations to learn how to successfully plan and launch an online shop.
To register for a webinar, please click here.
25 September 2020, 1000-1200
From Museum Association:
Join Sharon Heal, director of the Museums Association, David Anderson, director general at Amgueddfa-Cymru (National Museum Wales), and Dhikshana Pering, head of engagement & skills at Somerset House for a series of provocations and workshops looking at how Covid-19 and Black Lives Matter has reshaped learning and engagement in museums.
Delegates will have the opportunity to hear from leading practitioners and discuss how the new Learning and Engagement Manifesto can help shape the future of our work.
Taking place on Zoom on Friday 25 September, 1000-1200, this webinar isaimed at managers and heads of learning and engagement in museums, galleries and heritage sites, and anyone who is passionate about the future of learning in our sector.
For more information and to book, please click here.
Copyright and suppliers: How to get the rights you need in new digital content – 17 September 2020, 11am-12pm (GMT)
Naomi Korn Associates are hosting a webinar designed specifically for heritage organisations that work with external suppliers to generate new digital content.
The webinar is free and is particularly relevant for those working with collections-based heritage.
To register for the event, please click here.
The Association for Cultural Enterprises are hosting two free Q&A webinars in their series Road Map to Re-Opening. The next two sessions are:
Road Map to Re-Opening: Catering
Friday 24 July 2020, 11.00
We join forces with hospitality and restaurant consultancy Tonic London to explore how in-house catering can be adapted to the current trading environment.
Trading Subsidiaries: Preservation & Strategy
Wednesday 29 July 2020, 10.00
Led by Cultural Enterprises’ Chair of Trustees, Caroline Brown, with Erica Crump, charity lawyer and Head of Culture and Creative at Bates Wells, this seminar will look at some of the issues that cultural charities and their trading subsidiaries have been facing during the Covid-19 crisis.