MGS attends climate crisis culture event
Staff at Museums Galleries Scotland met with cultural organisations and Scottish Government figures to discuss public engagement strategies for addressing the climate crisis.
Knowledge exchange: Queering Historic Houses
Join us & the Georgian House, Edinburgh as we explore how museums can represent more diverse stories and the concept of "queer possibility".
Head of Collections Services at National Museums Scotland
National Museums Scotland are seeking candidates to lead the department of Collection Services at the National Museums Collections Centre in North Edinburgh. The successful candidate will lead and manage the development, organisation, preservation, and public access to the collections in support of the overall strategy and objectives of NMS.
Planning an Accessible Marketing Campaign
This workshop will give you the right tools to break down barriers, be a more inclusive organisation, and change your perception of what accessible marketing looks like.
Reflecting on Co-Production and Looking Ahead to Organisational Change
Whether you have a direct involvement with the legacies of slavery or are simply beginning to think about how your work can make conscious connections to the past, this online event is an opportunity to connect with colleagues across the sector who are engaging in different areas of work and learn together to develop our practice.
Geographically based forums offer voluntary peer-support for museums of all sizes, providing opportunities for collaboration, as well as a space to share news and discuss matters of mutual interest.
Family Arts Conference 2024
Join arts, community, and family support professionals from across the UK, as they explore how we can ensure opportunities for arts and culture are accessible for all families.
Workplace mental health initiatives: How to get leadership buy-in
Learn about the importance of leadership buy-in to the success of your mental health initiatives and what tools you can use to get it.
Future of Museums: Engaging Volunteers
This event considers the changing nature of volunteering in museums and examines what the future may hold. Through case studies, provocations and panel discussions, you’ll hear how to make voluntary work more inclusive and champion diverse voices.
Reach Out: Engaging Younger Audiences with Museums
This event offers practical advice and case studies that demonstrate how museums can build equitable and sustainable relationships with underserved audiences such as teenagers and young adults, which centre their voices and wellbeing.
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Delivering Change is a three-year programme, which supports museums and galleries across Scotland to make changes to help all people to access culture.