A series of online workshops organised by Climate Museum UK and Museums Galleries Scotland. “Eco Lens on Things” is a creative session with group work to explore ways to interpret artefacts and sites in this time of Earth crisis, seeing through ecological lenses.
Learn more about Media and Public Relations with this online 3-hour workshop by City of Glasgow College.
The next exciting phase of the National Strategy for Scotland’s museums and galleries! During the Develop Phase we will explore the actions we’d all like to pursue against our priority areas. This session is specifically aimed at Universities and Nationals
The next exciting phase of the National Strategy for Scotland’s museums and galleries! During the Develop Phase we will explore the actions we’d all like to pursue against our priority areas. This session is specifically aimed at Independent museums and freelancers
This Knowledge Exchange event is led by a keynote presentation from E-J Scott – Founder of the Museum of Transology.
If you are considering submitting an application to one of our funds we strongly encourage you to talk to us first.
These surgery sessions are designed for you to discuss your plans and ideas in more depth, one-to-one with a member of our Grant's Team.
Do you use social media to promote Scottish history, heritage, archaeology, museums or archives? Join SHSMG's free event to talk with people in similar roles, share your social media insights, ask questions and pick up practical tips.
Develop your Social Media Awareness with this online 3-hour workshop by City of Glasgow College.
Creative & Cultural Skills want to help employers introduce changes by shifting the way we approach recruitment and how we might use different entry routes to help us open our doors to a much wider pool of talent, and in doing so support social mobility.
£100 + VAT for Arts & Business Scotland members
£140 + VAT for non-members (Culture)
£180 + VAT for non-members (Corporate)
This two-session course is designed to kickstart or refresh your fundraising knowledge & skills whether you are a volunteer, staff or Board Member.
This is a 2 half-day training delivered virtually by Sam Bowen, Special Needs Mum, and Museum Development Officer .
Freelancers, or self-employed contractors, are an important part of the cultural sector. It’s important for any organisation to properly understand the responsibilities and distinctions of working with freelancers. Getting this wrong puts your business at risk and may perpetuate poor practices.
This free, NLHF funded, 3 hour in-person workshop is for leaders and trustees of heritage organisations.
Charity or social enterprises
Public or private sector organisations
Developing My Leadership offers an invaluable opportunity for new and aspiring leaders in this sector to connect, share challenges, good practice and experience with peers. It is designed to support learners to develop key leadership skills in order to work productively with those around them and lead in an effective and authentic way.
Managers who are new to apprenticeships may have lots of questions about them. Our session is for those who are new to managing apprentices, or those who would like to refresh their understanding
The sessions focus on challenges chairs might be facing having come out of lockdown, and the wider context organisations need to respond to. The sessions will bring together chairs to allow participants to expand their peer networks and share experience.
This course is for those who intend to pursue funding from Trusts and Foundations, including individuals who already have some experience in approaching Trusts and Foundations for support.
This session focuses on helping employers introduce a meaningful workforce recruitment policy, encouraging them to actively consider the different entry routes they use, what they want to use these routes to do and the recruitment approaches and commitments they will make as a company, with diversity and inclusion at the heart.
A series of online workshops organised by Climate Museum UK and Museums Galleries Scotland. “Cultural Change in a Changing World” is a thought provoking look at our changing world. Travelling in time to 2095, you will imagine your museum and its community, to consider the threats and opportunities for a more sustainable future.
This course is intended for those who wish to explore increasing their income from individuals through subscription, direct debit and membership and friends schemes. It is suitable for individuals who are starting in this area or have an existing scheme and wish to develop it further.
This session will look at the role of the board and chair in fundraising, and other income generation options available to heritage organisations and mixed heritage/arts organisations.