Museums have long been more than simply the keepers of our cultural heritage. They are often an integral part of their local communities. They can be safe spaces for discussion, and through their colourful and
Take a chance on us and head out on the road to join Museums Galleries Scotland and the Touring Exhibitions Group for a special mix of training hits here in Edinburgh. After the sell-out, arena-filling,
Join us on Thursday 12 October for the MGS conference Inequalities: Bridging the Gap, which will focus on inequalities. We’ll be looking at the work museums are doing to address inequality in education, health and
A Riveting Day Out. That’s what drew me in. Possibly the best tagline ever, created for Scotland’s industrial museums. Under a new, public-facing brand name – Go Industrial – this federation of independent Accredited industrial
Well, we’ve finally come down off our amazing-conference-high enough to sum up what we’re sure all delegates will agree was a truly special day. On Thursday 12 October, Museums Galleries Scotland hosted our 2017 conference Inequalities: Bridging the Gap, which focused on reducing inequalities.
Having worked at Culzean Castle and Country Park for two years, I have had the opportunity to work with a variety of audiences. My work with visitors on the autism spectrum started when I took part in a Makaton course in 2015.
Sarah Allen is Learning and Access Officer for Abbey House Museum & Kirkstall Abbey, part of Leeds Museums and Galleries. She will be co-presenting a breakout session at the MGS Conference. As a Learning Officer,