Author Archives: Hannah Jackson

Understanding Rural Networks – Freelance project opportunity

The Rural Museums Network (RMN) is delighted to have been awarded funding from Arts Council England’s Subject Specialist Network Fund to deliver the ‘Understanding Rural Networks’ project. RMN is seeking to engage a freelance worker to help deliver a programme … Continue reading

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Call for Papers – CIMA: Past and Future Agricultures

From 20 to 23 July 2020 the Museum of English Rural Life will play host to the Congress of the International Association of Agricultural Museums, AIMA. Please consider submitting a proposal and feel free to share this information far and wide. … Continue reading

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Book now for the 2018 Annual Seminar!

Book now to join us for the annual seminar of the Rural Museums Network. Sunday 30 September and Monday 1 October 2018 Gressenhall Farm and Workhouse, Norfolk Gressenhall Farm and Workhouse (part of Norfolk Museums Service) incorporates a museum of … Continue reading

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Save the date for the 2018 Annual Seminar

Save the date!  The annual seminar of the Rural Museums Network will take place on Sunday 30 September and Monday 1 October 2018 at Gressenhall Farm and Workhouse in Norfolk. Join us on Sunday 30 September and experience the museum’s … Continue reading

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Your guide to interpreting carriages

As part of Staffordshire Archives & Heritage’s Arts Council Resilience funded ‘Moving On’ project, a new ‘Guide to Interpreting Carriages’ has been produced. It is available as a free download at www.staffordshirecarriages.org.uk Horse-drawn carriages are found in museum collections across … Continue reading

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Rural Museums Network Development Study vacancy

On this post you find attached an advert for a consultant/worker to undertake a primarily desk-based review of RMN’s current activities and make recommendations regarding our future development. This work is being commissioned following discussion by the RMN committee and the detailed … Continue reading

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