The Kathy Callow Award
The Trust was founded in 1994 from part of the estate of the late Kathy Callow ‘to provide awards with a long-term benefit to the Public for the conservation of social history evidence and artefacts in small museums.’ Kathy was the curator of the Priest’s House Museum, Wimborne, and an active and long-standing member of the Museums Association. It was amalgamated with the Daphne Bullard and Elizabeth Hammond Awards in the Association in 2016.
What projects are eligible?
The Kathy Callow Trust makes awards to smaller Accredited museums to assist with the costs of conservation and display projects, which might be part of an exhibition, improving stored collections or running workshops for people connected with museums.
The Trustees particularly welcome applications on the following aspects of social history conservation: the disadvantaged in society, history of dress, women, the sea, industrialisation, and small localities.
How much is available and when to apply:
The total sum available for awards each year is approximately £1,000. Awards are made on a first come first served basis with the award year starting in July. Applications may be made at any time. Applications which are eligible for an award but for which there is no funding may be held over at the applicant’s request, until funding is available the following year.
The sum awarded will be influenced by the long-term value of the project and the degree of preparatory thought that has been put into determining the content of the work and its costs.
Who can apply?
Awards are made to smaller Accredited museums with an annual revenue (turnover) of less than £750,000.
How to apply:
If you are interested in applying, please read the following guidance notes and complete and submit the application form below:
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