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Jonathan demonstrating the AIM Advocacy Toolkit at #2015AIM

DC Research Director Jonathan Durnin demonstrated how museums can use the DC Research developed AIM Advocacy Toolkit to delegates at the AIM Annual Conference at SS Great Britain on 18th June. The Toolkit, designed for independent museums, for those with local authority funding, university museums or indeed for anyone who needs to be able to advocate better for their museum. Continue Reading...

Economic Impact and Evaluation Training Workshop – Scottish Borders Council

Dr Stephen Connolly recently delivered a training workshop for the Economic Development team at Scottish Borders Council as part of their team away day.  The workshop developed the knowledge of staff around some of the key issues for economic impact and evaluation, and combined lecture style presentation elements with interactive, group activities for staff to help develop their appreciation of Continue Reading...

Workshop Facilitation – Fundraising Planning for Keswick Museum and Art Gallery

DC Research recently supported Keswick Museum and Art Gallery (KMAG) around developing its fundraising planning by facilitating a workshop with staff and trustees to explore the various fundraising and income generation opportunities for the museum. This workshop builds on our previous support to museums and the wider heritage sector across the UK on issues around fundraising, income generation, advocacy and Continue Reading...