AMA Conference 2024

Art Fund will provide 10 bursaries that cover the full cost of a delegate place at AMA Conference 2024.

Applications are open to both AMA members and non-members, working for museums, galleries or historic places, including in a freelance capacity.

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All applicants must meet the following criteria: 


  • You work at a UK museum, gallery and/or historic place 

How to apply:    

Complete the online application form by Friday 3 May 2024 at 12.00pm.        

If you have any queries about these bursaries, please email Jemma Green, the AMA’s Sales & Marketing Manager at:     

Next steps:    

The AMA and Art Fund will assess each application and the AMA will email all applicants with a final decision in the week commencing 13 May 2024.   

Read our top bursary application tips to help make your submission stand out.

Please note:

— We will only award one bursary per organisation 

— The bursary covers the cost of your AMA Conference 2024 ticket only. You will need to arrange and pay for your own travel and accommodation  

— If you have already paid for a place at AMA Conference 2024, you will be offered a refund upon receipt of a bursary  

— The AMA and Art Fund will request successful applicants to provide feedback, that may be used for marketing purposes, on their experience at AMA Conference 2024

Are you an AMA member?(Required)
How long have you worked in the cultural sector?    (Required)
Do you work for a small organisation? (Required)
Small organisations are classed as having less than 10 employees and/or a turnover of less than £350k in 2019/20 (prior to the effects of the pandemic).  
Number of dedicated marketing / audience development staff in your organisation:    (Required)
Do you work at:(Required)
What skills are you looking to grow? Who are you looking forward to hearing speak? What sessions would you like to attend?      
Why would you and/or your organisation benefit from attending AMA Conference 2024?  How would you share your learning across your organisation?