Welsh Grants for AIM National Conference 2015

The Federation of Museums & Art Galleries Wales is offering grants under its Training and Conference Grant programme to enable museum staff (paid or volunteers) in Wales to attend the Association of Independent Museums 2015 Conference.

The 2015 AIM Conference will be held at Brunel’s ss Great Britain Bristol, from 18-20 June. The theme is ‘The Hallmarks of Prospering Museums’. Details here: AIM National Conference 2015

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         A fine day at ss Great Britain

*Grants available up to £250 maximum per person to contribute towards conference fees, travel, the conference dinner and two nights’ accommodation.

*First come first served (limited funding available)

*Priority to independent museums, and museum mentors / museum development officers

*Not normally more than 2 per museum (in addition to a museum mentor)

*N.B. Early bird discounts on conference fees for AIM members before April 17th – we expect you to apply for these rates.

AIM National Conference is an ideal opportunity to mix with other staff and volunteers in independent museums. It is a very friendly conference, and focuses on practical issues presented by people who have done it.  Those who went in previous years found it very useful.

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Clifton Suspension Bridge – on the AIM Conference Study Tour this year

Note: Other Federation Grant eligibility rules apply.

Application Form: WF AIM Application Form

Any queries to:  John Marjoram, Federation Development Officer:   john@arenig.demon.co.uk

AIM would like to thank The Federation of Museums & Art Galleries of Wales for their support.

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 Images courtesy of ss Great Britain and Clifton Suspension Bridge Trust

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