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What is the Campaign for Museums?

The Campaign for Museums was created in 1995 to promote museums and galleries throughout the UK.In 1998 it became a registered charity with the following objectives:

To promote for the benefit of the public, museums, galleries and collections in all their forms throughout the UK as a means of educating the public and likewise to promote and develop improved methods of increasing public visits, broadening public support and raising the profile of museums and galleries generally throughout the UK.

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Wednesday 14 September 2005

English Heritage Lecture Theatre, Savill Row, London W1S 2ET

The latest issues and trends in funding and income generation will be tackled at this one day Campaign for Museums' conference aimed at directors and curators, trustees, development and marketing directors and officers, commercial managers and anyone else with income generation responsibility in the sector.

This conference is inspired by last year's National Audit Office report and will consider the issues of income generation in terms of pressures as well as successes.   A recent study for National Heritage put financial pressures at the top of the issues agenda for museums and suggested that it had a negative impact on collections, collecting, visitors and access.  What are the issues and opportunities for trustees, directors and staff in smaller as well as larger institutions for generating additional funds and commercial income? The funding climate is constantly changing and funders and corporate supporters and sponsors now want more involvement in programmes and projects. And where do visitors fit in this scenario. The conference will consider trends in traditional areas of commercial income such as retail, publishing, special exhibitions as well as the growing areas of special events, conferences, weddings, corporate hire, filming and intellectual property.  

The Pleasures and Pressures of Income Generation Conference is supported by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport, the National Audit Office and the Association for Cultural Enterprise.  Key speakers have already been lined up for this important conference.  The full programme will be available in mid-July. 

Click here to download a pdf booking brochure and form.
Click here for the booking form (email version to come).

What do we do?

The Campaign for Museums organises the annual Museums and Galleries Month in conjunction with engage (National Association for Gallery Education), it founded the 24 Hour Museum working with the mda, it supports Museums in the Classroom and other promotional initiatives, and it organises regular marketing conferences and seminars.


The 100,000 Gulbenkian Prize administered by the Museum Prize Trust is the UKs largest art prize. Entry forms for 2005 are available from September and the closing date for entries is Monday 1 November 2004. You can enter online

The Campaign for Museums is represented on the Museum Prize Trust by Ylva French, Executive Director. The Museum Prize Trust is chaired by Lady Cobham. Other trustees are Mark Taylor, Museums Association, Alison Cole, the Art Fund, James Bishop, National Heritage, Sam Mullins, AIM, James Naughtie, Journalist and Eleanor Updale, author.
A registered charity

The Campaign for Museums is a company limited by guarantee and a registered charity: Charity No. 1070649.

It receives ad hoc funding from the Department for Culture, Media and Sport, Resource: The Council for Museums, Libraries and Archives, the Arts Council and others to support its various activities.



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