Members' Meeting - Scotland

19 September 2017
Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh
Museums Association Members' Meeting

Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, Nicholson Street, Edinburgh
1400-1800

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These events give Museums Association members the chance to hear about the work of the MA and to network with staff and colleagues from museums, galleries and heritage sites.

Come and hear about the MA’s policy aims, the funding we offer and how we can help support your advocacy work. There is also the chance to find out how the MA’s workforce offer can develop your career.

You will also get the chance to discuss the challenges facing museums, galleries and heritage sites in your area.

Speakers:

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Simon Stephens, Head of Publications and Events, Museums Association


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Sharon Heal, Director, Museums Association

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Alistair Brown, Policy Officer, Museums Association

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Tamsin Russell, Professional Development Officer, Museums Association


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Nicola Wilson, Collections Management Project Officer, Renfrewshire Leisure/Museums Association Rep for Scotland

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Christine McLean, Community Engagement Manager, National Museums Scotland/Museums Association Rep for Scotland

Gillian Findlay, Curatorial and Engagement Manager, Cit of Edinburgh Council/Museums Association Board Member

Martin Bellamy, Research & Curatorial Manager, Glasgow Museums Resource Centre

Networking

MA members’ meetings are open to all individual, institutional and corporate members and are an excellent way of connecting with people and places.

Includes drinks, networking and a chance to see the museum.

Professional development
If you have a particular career, professional development or workplace question why not book a 20 minute slot with Tamsin Russell, Professional Development Officer? Times are available every 20 minutes from 1100-1300. To book a place email Tamsin Russell: tamsin@museumsassociation.org

Museums Change Lives


After the event the Museums Association is holding one of the launches for its new Museums Change Lives publication. All delegates are welcome to attend. This new publication is being launched at events throughout the UK in 2017.

Museums Change Lives is the MA’s flagship campaign to enhance the positive social impact that museums can deliver working with their communities. The new publication features case studies from a range of museums demonstrating the difference they are making and advocates the value of museums to society.

Venue courtesy of National Museums Northern Ireland.

Book your free place

If you are an MA member, or your organisation is an institutional or corporate member please email Lorraine O'Leary to book your free place.

Email: lorraine@museumsassociation.org