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COVID-19 – The Touring Exhibitions Group is following the evolving news and advice regarding the global Coronavirus crisis. If you book or have booked a place to attend this workshop and it is necessary to postpone the event, to ensure the safety of participants, you will have the option to attend on the revised date or receive a full refund.
The TEG Preparing to Borrow workshop supports participants to acquire the knowledge and confidence to make an application to borrow an object or exhibition. It is an interactive session, based on problem solving and discussion, covering:
- The benefits of borrowing
- Researching suitable objects and exhibitions for loan and hire
- Making a case to borrow
- Communicating with lenders
- Loan applications
- Fees and contracts
- Sources of funding
- Facilities reports
- Government Indemnity and commercial insurance
- Emergency planning
The workshop is delivered by a TEG trainer, William Brown, National Security Advisor, Carol Warner, Government Indemnity Scheme (GIS) Manager*, a member of Art Fund’s team, who will introduce the Weston Loan Programme with Art Fund, and a representative from Arts Council England, who will introduce Project Grants for Museums. The training encourages networking, and provides the opportunity to meet colleagues from other organisations who are looking to borrow and find partners.
Further information about the Weston Loan Programme with Art Fund is available on the Art Fund website: www.artfund.org/supporting-museums/weston-loan-programme. To keep up-to-date with developments sign up to Art Fund’s Museum Bulletin: www.artfund.org/bulletin
* HM Government provide Government Indemnity and the GIS team Arts Council England arrange the indemnity.
If you have a question about this workshop please email: email@example.com.