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Resource: Governance in the arts and museums – a practical guide, Clore Leadership Programme

The Clore Leadership Programme, supported by Arts Council England, has published a pilot practical guide for good governance in arts and museums. It includes: Practical advice on governance structures The board’s roles and responsibilities Articles on managing change, artistic risk, working in partnership and young people on boards Useful templates to help with board recruitment, … Continue reading

Training: The Effective Trustee

Training: The Effective Trustee

An introduction to the roles and responsibilities of trustees and management committee members, with an opportunity to explore with others how you can fulfil these effectively. An interactive workshop for trustees of Wiltshire and Swindon voluntary groups. Takes place 24 October 2017, 9.30md to 12.30pm at Wiltshire Community Foundation, Devizes Book online here.    

Conference: How to Get Published

Literature Works are working with Writers & Artists for the second year running to bring the ‘How to Get Published’ conference to Plymouth. ‘How to Get Published’ brings you a day of getting to grips with the practicalities of writing. Including talks from an array of acclaimed authors, panel discussions with leading publishers, and insight from … Continue reading

Training: Funding Your Youth Arts Project

Training: Funding Your Youth Arts Project

Funding your Youth Arts Project 10th November 2017 10am- 4:15pm // Tobacco Factory, Bristol The Course: Unfortunately, there is no magic spell or potion for funding success – behind every successful bid is strong planning, partnerships and preparation. This one-day course is designed for those wanting to develop their fundraising skills. Built on our years of … Continue reading

Networking: Breaking the Glass Ceiling – The National Open Youth Orchestra, Disability, and the Music Industry symposium

In preparation for the opening of the National Centre for Inclusive Excellence in September 2018, Bristol Music Trust is proud to announce the ‘Breaking the Glass Ceiling’ symposium at Colston Hall, on Friday 29th September 2017, followed by a special presentation from the National Open Youth Orchestra. Places at this event are free but are … Continue reading

Training: Professional development for creative businesses, Crafts Council

Training: Professional development for creative businesses, Crafts Council

The Crafts Council has just released tickets for their next series of workshops and 1:1 advice sessions for makers and designers – with more coming soon. They cover a range of topics including: Application writing & presentation skills Business visioning Finances for craft businesses Fundraising skills International practice IP & copyright (incl. employment law) Product photography … Continue reading