From Monday 22 November 2021, the application process and eligibility criteria for National Lottery Project Grants will change. Non-accredited museums will now be able to apply for National Lottery.
Arts Council England (ACE) has published a further update on the Accreditation Scheme’s phased reopening for museums in England.
Keep up to date with the latest advice, guidance and funding via our dedicated Coronavirus update pages.
Stimulating new ideas, providing continued support and vital challenge. Working in collaboration with museum colleagues and organisations from outside the sector
Explore the portal to discover volunteer roles available within museums and galleries across the region
Through grants, free training and projects the programme supports Accredited museums and those Working Towards Accreditation across the wider West Midlands region
The West Midlands Museum Development programme was established in April 2015 with funding from Arts Council England and is managed by Ironbridge Gorge Museum Trust.
West Midlands Museum Development delivers a range of activity to support Arts Council England’s 10 year ‘Let's Create’ strategy.
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This project aims to support participating museums to review their volunteering strategy and explore new ways to embed sustainable volunteer development practice tailored to individual organisational needs.
Keep up to date with West Midlands Museum Development events and a variety of other events regionally and nationally
This online, interactive workshop from REG is spread over two sessions on Friday 26 November and Friday 3 December. [...]> Read more
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The volunteers at Erasmus Darwin House have been presented with the Queen's Award for Voluntary Service.
Heritage Compass is supporting the sector to develop essential skills in business planning, audience development, leadership and change management, [...]> Read more