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Subject Specialist Networks

 

Subject Specialist Networks are the focus for the expertise and collections knowledge of collections managers, keepers and curators throughout the UK. Previously supported through Renaissance in the Regions, they are a great way of sharing what you know, answering questions and helping to set the agenda for these vital collections. More information about SSNs can be found here.

You can contact Subject Specialist Networks via the links to their websites or email addresses below. Networks without links are awaiting a contact.  If you are a network contact and your information below is incorrect, please contact laura@collectionstrust.org.uk

Archives in Museums

Association of Curators for Collections from Egypt and Sudan (ACCESS)

Association of Performing Arts Collections (APAC)

British Art Network

British Aviation

British Cartoon Forum

Ceramics Network

Chinese Collections

Contemporary Art Society

Contemporary Studio Ceramics

Crime, Law, Prisons and Police Network

Dress and Textiles Specialists (DATS)

Fire Heritage

Fraternal and Friendly Societies and Associations

Geological Curators Group

Histories of the Home

Human Remains

Inland Transport comprising:

Islamic Art (under development)

Japanese Art Collections UK

Jewish History, Culture & Religious Life

Maritime Curators

Money and Medals Network

Musical Instruments Collections

Museum Ethnographers Group (MEG)

National Banner Initiative

Natural Sciences Collections Association

Photography

Plastics

Posters

Pre 1900 European Paintings

Proud Network

Regimental Collections - AMOT

Rural Museums

Science, Technology & Industry

Scottish Transport and Industrial Collections (STICK)

Screen Heritage

Social History Curators Group

Society of Decorative Art Curators (SODAC)

Society of Museum Archaeologists

Society of Museum Archaeologists - Medieval Pottery

Sports Heritage

Textile Industry

Tibetan & Himalayan Objects

UK Medical Collections Group

Understanding British Portraits