At events this winter, AIM is launching ‘Preparing to Prosper’, a new publication that shows how to use the AIM Hallmarks to benefit your museum, including case studies, new insights and questions to help you think about the way you work.
The new publication distils the best ideas from museums that have used the AIM Hallmarks, so that you can put them into practice immediately at your organisation to see positive results quickly.
’Preparing to Prosper’ will be launched at three special events this winter. Attendees will be able to get an exclusive hard copy before it is published next year.
Each event will feature keynote speaker, Moira Sinclair, CEO of the Paul Hamlyn Foundation and case studies from AIM members that have used the AIM Hallmarks of Prospering Museums to succeed. There will be lots of time for discussion and networking with other AIM members.
The Benefits Of Attending
Running in London, Birmingham and Scotland, the ‘Preparing to Prosper’ events will also feature:
Insights from our special guest speaker, Moira Sinclair, Chief Executive of the Paul Hamlyn Foundation – a major thinker about resilience in the cultural sector
Case studies from AIM members that have successfully used the AIM Hallmarks. Speakers will be:
England venues – Helen Bonser-Wilton (Mary Rose Trust); Steve Gardam (Roald Dahl Museum); Vicky Hope-Walker (National Paralympic Heritage Trust)
Scotland venue – Charles Brien (Almond Valley Heritage Centre); Mhairi Cross (National Mining Museum); Kate Edwards (Seven Stories, National Centre for Children’s Books)
Workshops to facilitate discussion and idea sharing with other AIM members
Networking and informal discussion with other AIM members facing the same challenges as you, AIM staff and AIM Council members
Lunch (in Birmingham and Edinburgh)
An evening drinks reception (in London only)
The events are now open for booking and both AIM members and non-members are welcome to attend.
Tickets cost £25. Places are limited, so please book early to avoid disappointment.
Applications for an AIM travel bursary via the AIM Training Grant Scheme must be received by: