Written by Emma Bernard, Curator of Fossil Fish at the Natural History Museum London “How can you work from home when you are a curator?” is something I’ve been asked several times since lockdown began and those of us who are able, have started trying to work from home. I’m the curator of fossil fish at … More How Can You Work From Home When You’re A Curator?
1. Tell us about your work for the GCG committee I am the Programme Secretary of the GCG. This involves planning and liaising with a whole variety of people to run our events. Recently I have been writing a series of guidance documents to make running events a smoother process. I am also trying to … More Six Questions for a GCG Committee Member – Zoe Hughes
As you can imagine, due to the weird world in which we are now (temporarily) living, the original list of events and exhibitions that we would update each month has been impacted by a great many cancellations and closures. However, parts of the sector are bouncing back as best they can and whilst we try … More News from the Sector – May
Written by Simon Harris, Collections Conservation and Digitisation Manager, British Geological Survey What made you decide to join the GCG? I joined in early 2009, when I was working as a freelancer for various museums doing collections management tasks such as photography, data entry, object marking, etc. I was living in south Somerset and the … More Reflections on 10+ years as a GCG member