Kids in Museums: New 2015 Workshops Announced

Kids in Museums is an independent charity dedicated to making museums open and welcoming to all families, in particular those who haven’t visited before. Created over a decade ago, Kids in Museums provides different services and projects throughout the year to encourage museums to become more family focussed, including the hugely successful ‘Take Over Day’, the production of useful fact sheets and workshops for museum teams.

The charity has just announced its initial schedule of workshops for 2015 which will equip museum staff, volunteers and trustees with useful skills across a range of family friendly topics. These workshops would ideal for people working in Family Learning, Education, Visitor Services, Marketing, Interpretation, Volunteer Management, Audience Development, Youth and Community, Outreach, Public Engagement and Programming, Creative Programming and Digital Engagement.

Workshop themes for next year include:

FAMILY FORTUNES: Focus on your family welcome.

12th February, Science Museum, London

Cost: £82.50 **Early Bird Rate**

LEARNING TOGETHER: working with young people across arts

Bringing the arts together to explore working with young people

Learning Together, 25th February, Barbican, London

Cost: £45 **Early Bird Rate**

TEEN WORKSHOP: Hands up if you’d like to have more teenagers visiting your museum or gallery?

Teen Workshop, 3rd March, Cardiff Story, Wales

Cost: £37.50

DIGITAL FAMILIES: Families are going digital – are you?

Digital Families, 23rd March, British Museum

Cost: £45 **Early Bird Rate**

“These workshops will focus on sharing unique and replicable ideas from museums of all sizes from across Britain and delegates will gain ideas to take away on the day,” explained Catherine Townsend, Workshop Coordinator at Kids in Museums with previous attendees adding: “Jam packed with useful information” and “I’ve realised I can put something on easily, cheaply and with little fuss.”

Full information about these new workshops can be found here:



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