AIM National Conference 2015 runs at at Brunel’s ss Great Britain in Bristol from June 18 – 20.
Among highlights of the conference, which will have an exciting new format, AIM is launching its new ‘Hallmarks of a Prosperous Museum’. The conference will focus on three key themes: Leadership, Purpose and Governance; Innovation in Visitor Experience and Entrepreneurialism and Income Generation.
The conference will feature 30 guest speakers, 12 breakout sessions, new surgery sessions and keynote speeches from some of the UK’s leading cultural experts.
New for this year will be a ‘Question Time Debate’ chaired by Matthew Tanner with a guest panel including: Richard Evans (director, Beamish, The Living Museum of the North); Diane Lees (director-general, Imperial War Museum); Judy Niner (director of Development Partners and chair of Cogges Manor Farm) and John Orna-Ornstein (director of Museums, Arts Council England).
Evening social events including the AIM annual dinner, the annual trade exhibition showcase products and services, and a Saturday study tour visiting three historic locations in Bristol, plus plenty of networking and idea-sharing opportunities, all contribute to what promises to be a rewarding and informative conference ideal for anyone connected to the UK’s heritage sector.
You can now see the whole schedule of speakers and events and other useful information on the
Or download the delegate handbook here:
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See you in Bristol from June 18 – 20th!
Special thanks to conference sponsors Development Partners