Launched during the AIM National Conference, the AIM Hallmarks of Prospering Museums help to identify the key characteristics of best practice and describe the set of behaviours that enable heritage organisations to prosper and thrive. With support from Arts Council England, AIM will soon be opening the learning and investment programmes to help museums put the Hallmarks into practice.
AIM members are invited to find out more about these new opportunities at two free events in London and Manchester, which will discuss the ideas underpinning the AIM Hallmarks. Both events will feature speakers who are leading practitioners and thinkers, plus there will be networking opportunities for all attendees.
Speakers at the events will explore the importance of a strong sense of purpose in leading organisations, and will consider how organisational culture and strategy combine to create the conditions for a prospering museum.
Darren Henley OBE, Chief Executive of Arts Council England, will be speaking in London on December 8
Dates, Venues and Booking Information
London – Tuesday 8th December 2015 – 3.30 – 6.30pm
Duke of Wellington Hall, RUSI, 61 Whitehall, London, SW1A 2ET
Darren Henley OBE, Chief Executive of Arts Council England
Robert Jones, Head of New Thinking, Wolff Olins
Victoria Wallace, Director General of the Commonwealth War Graves Commission
3.30pm Arrival and coffee
5.30pm Drinks and networking
London Booking Form:
Join AIM at the People’s History Museum in Manchester on January 13
Manchester – Wednesday 13th January 2016 – 2pm – 5pm
People’s History Museum, Left Bank, Spinningfields, Manchester M3 3ER
Richard Evans, Director, Beamish, the Living Museum of the North
Hilary Barnard and Ruth Lesirge, trainers on the Hallmarks learning programmes
2.00pm – Arrival and coffee
2.30 pm – Speakers
4.00pm – Drinks and networking
Manchester Booking Form:
For further information about these events or to sign up for information about the AIM Hallmarks of Prospering Museums, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org