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A forum for communication and co-operation between registrars, collection managers, exhibition organizers and other museum professionals in fields related to the work undertaken by registrars.

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The UK Registrars Group is a non-profit association set up in 1979. It provides a forum for exchanging ideas and expertise between registrars, collection managers and other museum professionals in the United Kingdom, Europe and worldwide.

The group strives to establish and promote standards of good professional practice through publications and seminars and to support national and international standards in relevant fields of work.

Particular emphasis is given to documentation and records, physical care, loans & exhibition logistics and cultural sector legislation. The Group also seeks to provide advocacy and representations in relevant consultations and sectoral developments, where required by its membership.

Individual membership is open to all those involved in the care, management, interpretation and display of collections in museums, art galleries, heritage centres or any other similar organisations. In addition, corporate membership is available to those companies which supply services to the museum and gallery sector in general.

The website is our main form of communication with members, non-members, other museum professionals and non-museum workers alike. News, events and job adverts are also sent via our news bulletin, which goes out monthly by email to all members.

We aim to share our work with others and are happy for you to download and use our information.

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The Horniman Museum Clock Tower
The Horniman Museum Clock Tower

UKRG Constitution

The objectives, membership and terms of reference for the UKRG committee are highlighted within its constitution.

The Constitution was last updated at the 2019 AGM, to download the current constitution as a PDF please click below.

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Join @ArtsInfopointUK and @MobiCulture this Thursday at 2pm for a free online webinar session to learn all about temporary mobility of artists from the UK to France.

Our upcoming seminar 'Art as Security', hosted in association with @fladgatelaw, will feature speakers from IAL, Fladgate, @ArtTactic, @PryorCashman, @BankofAmerica, @GoldenSquared, and @artlossreg. Register today on our website

Third in the [re]framing the arts events series on sustainability - topic of this one:
'Art Logistics, including Transportation, Packaging and Conservation', also touches on what circular economy looks like within institutions.

29 April - Tix 30 euros: (