Details about the 2017 AMOT Annual Conference and how to book will be shared soon.
Thank you to all those who contributed to making the 2016 Annual Conference a success, from the great presenters to our generous hosts at the Mercer’s Hall, exhibitors, sponsors and delegates alike. Below you will find the day’s running order as well as downloads of all presentations.
Running order (2016)
Kate Thaxton from the Royal Norfolk Regimental Museum provides insight & recommendations for becoming a Local Authority museum.
Helen Smith is leading a project to create video coaching tools. Provide your thoughts on which topics are most needed.
An update from Mark Murray-Flutter, Royal Armouries, on the European Firearms Directive.
Alistair Brown looked at museum closure and how this process can be ethically managed.
Nicholas Coney talked about what TNA does and how this overlaps with Armed Forces & museums.
Lt Col Andy Hart explained what led to the need for consolidation, and how consolidation was then achieved.
Andrew Ellis illustrated how museums can capitalise on their collection art.
Richard Smith discussed the journey the Tank Museum has taken to become what it is today, with examples of challenges and successes along the way.
Jason Semmens looked at future plans & opportunities for the museum.
Graeme Green covered the redesign within York Army Museum to better present the two collections contained within.