Professional organisations are listed on this page. Suppliers (TEG corporate members) are now listed on their own page.
Arts Council of England
Arts Council of Wales
Arts Council of Northern Ireland
24 Hour Museum
UK gateway to Galleries and Museums.
Arts and Business
Developing creative partnerships between business and the arts
Arts Council Collection
The Arts Council Collection website will be online from November 2006. The first phase includes a catalogue of all original works, information about how to borrow from the Collection, new acquisitions and texts on selected key works.
British Interactive Group
A forum for people involved in interactive education projects in the UK
An online collections management information resource with over 600 guideline documents and factsheets
Craft Northern Ireland
Promotes the development of the design-led contemporary craft and applied arts sector in Northern Ireland
The UK’s national organisation for the promotion of contemporary crafts
Department for Culture Media & Sport
The organisation with policy responsibility for museums, galleries and libraries, the built heritage, the arts, sport, education, broadcasting and the media and tourism, as well as the creative industries, the Millennium and the National Lottery.
The UK Network of Science Centres and Museums
The national association for gallery education, promoting greater understanding and enjoyment of the visual arts.
EUCLID provides European and international information, research and consultancy services to the cultural sector. It is the European Union's UK cultural contact point, providing information on EU funding for the cultural sector, including programmes and contacts.
Group for Education in Museums. A voluntary organisation open to all who are interested in the educational use of museums and related institutions.
Hayward Gallery Touring
The Hayward Gallery organises a programme of national touring exhibitions on behalf of Arts Council England. They circulate to museums, galleries, art centres, libraries, colleges and other venues throughout Britain. Around thirty exhibitions are on the road at any one time, ranging in scale from small long-tour shows of modern and contemporary prints to the British Art Show, a multi-site survey presented at five-year intervals in different cities across the country. The Hayward Gallery Touring website gives details of new and ongoing exhibitions with dates of availability. It contains information on how to take a Hayward Gallery touring exhibition, including hiring fees, security requirements and details on press, marketing, publications and educational resources.
The Museums & Galleries Disability Association
Museums Association of Great Britain
The official Museums body in the UK, with information, up to date news, events and a monthly debate topic.
Information resource for people with an interest in museums
Natural History Museum
The Museums, Libraries and Archives Council
New Exhibitions of Contemporary Art
Regional Arts Pages - the English Regional Arts Boards
Gateway to the English regional Arts Boards.
Renaissance West Midlands
www.renaissancewestmidlands.org.uk or www.museumwm.org.uk
Renaissance in the Regions is the Museums, Libraries and Archives Council’s programme to transform England’s regional museums and galleries. Renaissance is delivered by a network of regional Hubs. The West Midlands Hub is a partnership between five museum services: Birmingham, Coventry, Ironbridge, Stoke-on-Trent and Wolverhampton.
Visual Arts and Galleries Association in the UK