Tuesday 22 September 2020

Association of Independent Museums Special Interest Group | AIMSIG

Tuesday 22 September, 11:00-12:00

Arts and heritage organisations have changed significantly in responding to Covid-19. In this meeting Charlotte Morgan, Collaborative Programmes Manager at the Cornwall Museums Partnership will discuss the different ways you can think about income, and changes in funder expectations and processes.

Roberta Fusco, CFG's Director of Policy and Engagement will also update the group on CFG's policy work and campaigning for government funding packages.

The purpose of this special interest group is for AIM members to connect with their finance peers from across the UK, take a deep dive into the unique finance themes affecting the arts and heritage sector, and share experiences, challenges, and approaches in a supportive forum.

About the AIM and CFG membership and special interest group

CFG’s collaboration with AIM means members can register for CFG membership for free for the duration of the partnership and access CFG membership benefits, including this dedicated finance group. If you're an AIM member who has not yet joined CFG find out more about member benefits and visit our registration page to sign up for free.

How to join:

The session will take place on Zoom, and attendees will be sent a joining link prior to the event.



Zoe Bennett, Senior Membership and Insight Officer, Charity Finance Group

Charlotte Morgan, Collaborative Programmes Manager, Cornwall Museums Partnership

Roberta Fusco, Director of Policy and Engagement, Charity Finance Group

Charities - Members£0.00
Charities - Non-members£0.00