AIM is part of the steering group for this project which will help small and medium sized museums that want to develop more work internationally or in the UK with international partners. A series of five workshops are now open for booking.
These one-day workshops are for regional and local museums and galleries who are in the beginning stages of international work or interested in finding out more about it.
Places are limited so click on the links below to book a place at your nearest workshop.
Wednesday 24 September 2014, Leeds City Museum – click HERE to book
Tuesday 21 October 2014, Imperial War Museum, London – click HERE to book
Monday 10 November 2014, Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery – click HERE to book
Tuesday 25 November 2014, Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge – click HERE to book
Thursday 29 January 2015, Royal Albert Memorial Museum, Exeter – click HEREto book
For further information on the content and format of the workshops, please visit the ICOM UK website or contact Dana Andrew, Project Co-ordinator, firstname.lastname@example.org
Full programme details and speakers will be announced shortly.
The Working Internationally Regional Project would like to thank all of the host museums for their support.
The Working Internationally Regional Project is generously supported by Arts Council England through the Renaissance Strategic Support Fund