This session, led by Sarah Brown (Collections Trust), will focus on the documentation and information required for accountability and the museum Accreditation standard (requirement 5.2).
The South East Museums Development Programme (SEMDP) is led by a Consortium consisting of Royal Pavilion & Museums, Brighton and Hove (the lead partner), the Hampshire Cultural Trust, the Oxfordshire County Museums Service, and Chatham Historic Dockyard Trust.
Please note, bookings for the events listed are not organised by Collections Trust. If you have any queries about your booking please contact South East Museum Development Programme directly.
Sarah Brown, Outreach Officer for Collections Trust, will provide an introduction to rights management and explore how to identify collections protected by intellectual property rights, particularly copyright. The session will offer an overview of copyright and its implications for museums and their audiences. We will discuss basic principles such as ownership and duration, and how […]
Could Museum Accreditation benefit my museum? Come and find out in this introductory session. We’ll look at what the benefits are and what’s involved in an application. You’ll learn if your museum is likely to be eligible for Accreditation or whether you will need to make changes first. Sarah Brown from the Collections Trust […]
The new Standard was launched in 2018 and museums are now getting invitations to make their Accreditation returns. Find out what’s changed and what you’ll need to do to meet the new Standard. Sarah Brown from Collections Trust will outline how Spectrum 5.0 can help you meet the collections management requirements and Kate Hebditch, […]