Heritage Cafes : We have learned in recent years how useful and positive having online heritage cafes have been to other Forums around Scotland and would like to offer this “safe space” to our members where we can share our experiences, learn together, provide support and skills. ABMHF are delightedContinue Reading

from FACEBOOK Creative Scotland Help protect and celebrate Scotland’s intangible heritage by nominating your local traditions Intangible Cultural Heritage (ICH) is a tradition, practice, or living expression of a group which includes things oral traditions, performing arts, festive events, and traditional crafts. In Scotland, intangible heritage practices include things like:Continue Reading

Dear Member, Once again it’s time for the A&BMHF Annual General Meeting and we are pleased to invite you to our online event.  (RECORDING BELOW) Holding the meeting online has several advantages – it saves time and cost in travel and means that distant members can join when they mayContinue Reading

Have you added your local heritage organisation website to the UK Web Archive ? https://www.webarchive.org.uk/en/ukwa/info/nominate The UK Web Archive endeavours to collect and preserve as many UK websites as possible in order to document our online national heritage for future generations. We do this through automated “web crawls” which retrieveContinue Reading

Delegates from across Scotland will be meeting in Oban in February for an event exploring the heritage and culture of Argyll and Bute. Organised by Argyll & Bute Museums & Heritage Forum, ‘Connecting Conversations’ is open to anyone who wishes to share their knowledge of or learn about, Argyll andContinue Reading

The 2021-2 collaboration with CHARTS to create, fund and execute the Heritage Horizons project saw a major advance in attracting young people into many different local heritage situations. Heritage Horizons placements occured across Argyll, bringing young people into the practical heritage sector where they were involved in creating new QRContinue Reading

Argyll Aspires, a partnership project between Culture Heritage and Arts Assembly, Argyll and Isles (CHARTS) seeks to recruit an Archives Assistant trainee to be based in the Argyll Papers, the family and estate archive of the Duke of Argyll, at Inveraray Castle. As an Archives Assistant trainee, you will beContinue Reading

Culture, Heritage and Arts Assembly, Argyll and Isles (CHARTS) have two new job roles:   Argyll Aspires, Project Manager, application deadline 4 July 2022 Argyll Aspires is a partnership project,  funded by The National Lottery Heritage Fund and supported by a range of assessment providers, including Museums Galleries Scotland. ToContinue Reading

The last webinar in CHARTS Heritage Horizons series is happening Thursday 26 May 1-2pm. Join Emma Sutcliffe and learn how she and her team were awarded a National Heritage Lottery Funded Grant to grow community engagement. Booking is free at https://www.chartsargyllandisles.org/events/growing-community-engagement-in-heritage-at-dunollie-museum-castle-grounds/Continue Reading