Hallmarks at Home – Tackling inequalities


AIM has recently launched its new Tackling Inequalities Hallmark   and opened the Hallmarks grant fund. These grants will support museums to develop and deliver projects that address the new hallmark and promote equity and inclusion in the museum sector.

This workshop will look at why the Hallmark is important and how museums can take actions in their own organisation to become one that “is inclusive and challenges prejudice, discrimination and racism”. It will look at practical examples and case studies and is also an opportunity to discuss potential Hallmarks grants applications.

The workshop will led by Dr Errol Francis, CEO of Culture&. Culture& is a London-based independent arts and heritage charity established in 1987 whose mission is to open up the arts and heritage workforce, audiences and programmes through training, cross-arts commissioning and audience development. Culture&’s flagship programme, the New Museum School, provides 18 work-based training placements annually with leading museums, galleries and arts organisations such as the British Museum, Southbank Centre, Royal Collection, English Heritage and the British Library. Culture&’s public programmes are aimed at expanding audiences and are delivered in collaboration with arts and heritage organisations such as the British Library and Wellcome Collection.

11am – 12.30pm Tuesday 15 December.

Click here to read more about AIM’s Tackling Inequalities Hallmark>>

With Art Fund support.