The Campaign for Good Curatorship is more than just the Manifesto – below you can find information about the actions we’re planning in order to promote the campaign. Please do get involved and let us have your ideas!
- Set up a campaign committee which seeks to represent the diverse range of organisations and specialisms.
- Produce advocacy document/s highlighting the important role curators and curatorial knowledge play in delivering effective museum services. This will be aimed at museum stakeholders, particularly directors, funders and policy makers.
- Establish open workshops to develop recommendations to alterations to Code of Ethics and Accreditation.
- Establish key principals of good curatorship through consensus across the sector and ask key institutions to sign up to this.
- Establish conferences and workshops to pool examples of good curatorial practice and publish these.
- Establish skill sharing workshops to create resources for sharing best practice in good curatorship (i.e. an introductory how to curate guide).
- Establish research projects exploring the role of curators in delivering effective museum services and the public perception of curators.
- Act as a central body to build a critical mass of opinion for more effective lobbying.