WHAT ROLES CAN MUSEUMS HAVE IN TACKLING CLIMATE EMERGENCIES?
Tuesday 17th May
The Cartoon Museum
63 Wells St, London W1A 3AE
Concerns about the health of people and the planet are one of the most pressing issues of our time, but how can workers in London's museums and galleries make a difference?
Join this London Museums Group panel event at the Cartoon Museum on 17 May 2022 BST to explore how museums and galleries can help create creative solutions to tackle the climate emergency. Our panel speakers will discuss how workers within museums, galleries and collections can contribute personally to help the world reduce greenhouse gases, reduce species extinctions and explore the value of science, art and heritage in developing solutions for the future of our planet.
BRICK BY BRICK : CAREERS IN THE MUSEUM SECTOR CONFERENCE
Thursday 22 March 2018
Museum of the Order of St. John
Building a career in the museums sector can be tough, there is a scarcity of posts and many of them are short-term or project specific, the workforce is highly qualified and entry level qualifications requirements are tough, the workforce struggles to represents visitors and communities, and there are challenges faced in avoiding career cul-de-sacs.
OUR MUSEUM – COMMUNITIES AT THE CORE
Monday 29 February 2016
Terrace Gallery, Museum of London
We want all of our customers to experience the impressive level of professionalism when working with London Museums Group (LMG). All of our services, especially this one, exist to make your life easier and stress free. You can trust us to supply you with the best products, as well as top quality customer service.
ANYWHERE, ANYHOW, ANYWAY : THINKING ABOUT YOUR AUDIENCE
Monday 16 November 2015
Canada Water Library Culture Space
This event is the fifth in London Museum Group’s series exploring the Arts Council goals. In this event we look at audience mapping and focus on strategies for identifying your existing audience, working effectively with data, and diversifying your audience.
THE KIDS ARE ALRIGHT
Thursday 2 July 2015
Museum of London, Docklands
The fourth in our series of free events that interrogate and discuss Arts Council England’s five goals, this time we look into Goal 5 – the provision of high-quality arts and cultural learning experiences for, by and with children and young people.
Working with children and young people is something that all museums do, so this event will explore the strategic direction and ‘big picture’ aims of this kind of work – and how individual museum’s programmes can be developed with these aims in mind.