It’s all change at GEM as the 2018 AGM approaches – we need five new trustees to join the Board. Could it be you? One of your colleagues? Being a GEM trustee is a rewarding and fascinating experience. You’ll meet great people, learn new skills, develop your personal networks and have fun. As we all […]
We’re excited to announce the full programme and keynote speakers for this year’s GEM conference and we hope to see you there!
GEM is looking for an experienced and enthusiastic multi-skilled manager to join a small dynamic team and be responsible for finance and operations of GEM.
We’re really excited to announce the launch of GEM’s new redeveloped website, which is more modern and user-friendly! Find out below what some of the new features are! With thanks to a Museum Resilient Fund grant from Arts Council England, GEM’s new website aims to better support anyone interested in learning through museums, heritage and […]
If you want to develop your understanding and application of interpretive good practice, then this course is for you! GEM Intermediate Course: Heritage Interpretation 2018 London: Friday 27 April 2018, 10.00-16.30 at the National Army Museum Freeman Tilden, the “father of interpretation” believed that interpretation is an art, but one which can be taught. In […]
Join GEM as we explore the future of the Learning & Sharing Centre (LSC), set up with Arts Council England funding. At the close of this highly productive project, we will be reflecting on the outcomes and involving you in planning the next steps for GEM and the sector, ensuring that the project has a […]
Our popular Museum Learning course is now open for bookings in Manchester from April to July 2018! Are you new to the museum and heritage learning sector? Are you looking to increase your skills, understanding and confidence in your role? If so, then this course is for you! The course will provide you with opportunities […]
GEM Conference 2018 will be taking place at the Lakeside Arts Centre in Nottingham from Tuesday 4 September to Thursday 6 September 2018. To celebrate GEM’s 70th anniversary this year’s conference will be exploring how the landscape of heritage education has evolved over time with a look to what lies ahead for the sector. We’re pleased […]