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      November 15, 2019

      Friday  10:00 AM

      Cromwell Road , South Kensington
      London, Greater London

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      Sharing Collections Symposium: What’s been achieved? What’s next?

      Over the past five years, the lending and borrowing landscape in UK museums and galleries has been the subject of increased focus, activity, training and funding. Art Fund, the National Museum Directors' Council (NMDC) and the Touring Exhibitions Group (TEG) invite you to join them, and colleagues from Arts Council England (ACE) and the National Museums, to: Be inspired to lend and borrow to achieve your organisation's objectives Review and reflect on the loans activity resulting from programmes including the Weston Loan Programme with Art Fund, Ready to Borrow and Preparing to Borrow, and the wider context and agenda set by the Mendoza and DCMS Reviews Consider what changes and adaptations still need to be made to facilitate and maximise the impact of loans Discuss future opportunities for lending and borrowing between museums and galleries Tickets: Tickets are £35 or £25 for TEG and NMDC members, and anyone working at one of the National Art Pass network of Art Fund museum partners. Bursaries: A number of bursaries are available to support attendance and travel. For further information please email charlotte@teg.org.uk  Programme: 10.00: Coffee and Registration 10.30: Welcome - Collections Sharing: What’s been achieved? 10.40: Keynote - Learning from 'Dippy on Tour', Rebecca Ball, National Programmes Project Manager, Natural History Museum and Jon Murden, Director, Dorset County Museum 11.10: Case study - The 'Hostile Environment' exhibition with loans from National Museums Scotland and Royal Armouries, Lynda Powell, Director and Curator, Green Howards Museum 11.30: Case study - The 'Sheep' exhibition with loans from Tate, Alice Briggs, Assistant Curator, Ceredigion Museum 11.50: Panel discussion - The role and impact of mentoring in support of lending and borrowing: Preparing to Borrow mentees in conversation with Charlotte Dew, Professional Development Manager, TEG 12.30: Lunch / Networking / 1-2-1 Surgeries with ACE, the National Security Advisor, the Government Indemnity Manager and representatives from the National Museums / Opportunity to visit National Museum and sector organisation stands 14.00: Welcome - Collections Sharing: What next? 14.10: Keynote - National Programme Managers in Conversation: Jilly Burns, Head of National and International Partnerships, National Museums of Scotland, Flavia Dietrich-England, National Programme Manager, The National Gallery, Joe Edwards, Head of National Programmes, British Museum, Francoise McClafferty, Policy and International Relations Officer, National Museums Liverpool, in conversation with Dana Andrew, Consultant, TEG Trainer and Committee Member and Executive Director ICOM UK 15.00: Presentation - Principles for Lending and Borrowing, Kathryn Simpson, Acting Head of Strategy, NMDC and Charlotte Dew, Professional Development Manager, TEG 15.20: Presentation - Maximising Loans through Communications and Marketing, Charlotte Wood, Senior Marketing Manager, Art Fund 15.50: Presentation - Weston Loan Programme with Art Fund Update, Penny Bull, Senior Programme Manager, Art Fund 16.00: Drinks / Networking / 1-2-1 Surgeries / Visit Stands 17.00: Close Supported by:

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