A reflection on how museum learning can help schools with their recovery curriculums by GEM Area Rep, Kate Fellows
Join West Stow in a Digital Education Skills Sharing Session on Twitter from 15:00-17:00 on Thursday, 25th June.
Join West Stow in a Q&A Education Skills Sharing Session on Twitter from 15:00-17:00 on Thursday, 25th June
Reflections on the One to One mentoring programme during the time of COVID-19 by GEM Mentoring Champion, Melissa Maynard
Join GEM and Jack Shoulder to discuss finding, sharing and engaging people with LGBTQ+ objects in your museum’s collection from 15.00-17.00 on Thursday 18 June.
The Black Lives Matter movement began in America after a series of killings of black people in or following police custody. The movement has resonance in the UK, not least because of our nation’s history in which racism has become entrenched. As the leading membership bodies representing the UK museums, galleries, heritage and archives we […]
Join Joe Carr, Collections and Learning Curator at The Red House Aldeburgh, in a Q&A Education Skills Sharing Session on Twitter from 15:00-17:00 on Thursday, 4 June
A summary from GEM South East Area Rep Holly Bee of five things she's learned about navigating Twitter as a museums and heritage professional.
Get to know a bit more about The Fitzwilliam Museum and their engaging community programmes during this Education Skills Share Session.
On the 11th of May 2020 from 20:00-21:00 GMT, GEM hosted a #MuseumHour session in partnership with Engage on the topic of re-opening learning spaces. This session was hosted on the @MuseumHour Twitter account and is searchable with the following hashtags: #MuseumHour #MuseumReopening and on the @gem_heritage and @engagevisualart accounts. A summary of the conversation is below. […]