This year AMOT is running a two day Army Museums Festival with three exciting elements to it.
Wednesday 11th October
09.30-17.00 Mercers’ Hall, Ironmonger Lane, London, EC1V 8HE (SOLD OUT)
This day provides the traditional format of the AMOT Annual Conference, this year with a theme of Bricks & Clicks – collections both physical and digital. Delegates will receive a variety of presentations on sector updates and activity, important case studies, and key note speakers from partners, stakeholders and those outside the sector, as well as a range of exhibitors.
18.00-20.00 Mercers’ Hall, Ironmonger Lane, London, EC1V 8HE. Resilience not Reliance is coming to London…..(TICKETS AVAILABLE)
Our conference evening will take on a whole new format this year!
Our networking event will support you to make connections with a wide range of individuals and organisations across culture, business, charity and social enterprise sectors as well as provide you with Top Tips from industry specialists at our ‘hot desks’ on areas including – funding & social investment, strategic planning, marketing & communications, digital & social media, governance & legal structures, accounts & financial management, evaluation and impact measurement. We will also be providing you with a Top Tips sheet on how to get the most out of the evening.
A fantastic chance to build some mutually beneficial cross-sector relationships, access FREE advice from business leaders in an informal and beautiful setting!
Check out our video from Resilience not Reliance York help in April at the Castle Museum to see what we do.
Here it is! The final video from our Resilience not Reliance Engagement Events across Yorkshire. Held at York Castle Museum on the 6th April 2017 this video includes some "Top Tips" from our Hot Desk industry specialists.Huge thanks to Si Gamble for supporting the Resilience not Reliance Programme with his filming.Final Thanks to all of our Partners on this programme – Arts Impact Fund, Sport in Museums Network, Museum Development Yorkshire, and Army Museums Network Without their support we would not have been able to provide networking support to over 220 0rganisations across Yorkshire Region, and over 140 FREE business advice sessions from our experts.We would love to run more of these events throughout the UK, so please do get in touch if you think this is something that your city, sub-region, or region would benefit from. Joanne BoardmanResilience not Reliance Project Co-ordinator
Publicado por Resilience Not Reliance em Sábado, 29 de Abril de 2017
Thursday 12th October
10.00-16.00 Churchill War Rooms, London (TICKETS AVAILABLE)
The final day will run as a series of workshops to provide practical hands-on advice and guidance on key ares affecting army museum delivery. This will include evaluation, governance change, social media and wider communications support, audience development, and fund-raising.
Book Tickets Here
When booking your place, please either book for the full festival, or ensure you tick each of the events you would like to attend over the course of the festival. The cost of the event is part funded by Arts Council England as a key component of our funded project Army Museums into the Future. This means that the fee you pay relates to the delivery of Day 1 only.
Please click on the Eventbrite button below to purchase tickets.
Sponsors & exhibitors
The Army Museums Ogilby Trust is pleased and proud to officially announce the key sponsors for our upcoming Army Museum Festival, 11th and 12th October 2017:
Our Event Gold Sponsor TownsWeb Archiving provide digitisation services and offer expert scanning and indexing of old, rare, precious and fragile items. They have a wealth of experience in the sector and have worked with over 30 corps and regimental museums, as well as independent military archives, to digitise valuable historical records and collections.
TownsWeb Archiving can enable their client institutions to publish their collections online making them easily accessible to the wider public. Using their unique PastView Collections Management Software they are able to make collections fully searchable. PastView can also support income generation by offering pay-per-download, pay-per-print and paid online access options.
Here is just a small selection of TownsWeb Archiving’s prestigious clients to date:
- The Royal Military Academy Sandhurst
- Argyll & Sutherland Highlanders Museum
- 9th/12th Royal Lancers Regimental Museum
- Museum of Army Chaplaincy
- Royal Leicestershire Regiment
Elucidate has a successful track record of working in the culture and heritage sectors and provide a range of services that include interactive journeys and activities, touchscreen presentations, websites, web applications and mobile apps. They have specialist expertise in developing bespoke digital archives and online repositories for the museum and collections sector. They also offer creative graphic design services covering the full range of marketing collateral from branding and infographics to print work and exhibition design.
If you are interested in being a sponsor or exhibitor, or including any marketing materials in our delegate packs, please contact email@example.com
Bursaries are available to support attendance to the event.
To purchase tickets for this event please use the Eventbrite link in the section above.