UCL Careers


Museums, Arts and Cultural Heritage Week

16-20 November 2020

Are you considering a career in Museums, Arts or Cultural Heritage? Then this is the week for you! Come and find out more about these sectors from professionals working in various roles within these sectors. All events are open to students and recent graduates from across UCL.

If you haven't attended events organised by UCL Careers before, we strongly recommend you read through our Themed Weeks page for information on what to expect, how to prepare and how to book.

Events can be extremely popular, so book early to avoid disappointment!

Watch event recordings on our Themed Week archive. These include complete panel discussions and in-depth interviews with experts.

Museums, Arts & Cultural Heritage: Perspectives on jobs and recruitment

Tuesday 17 November, 6-7.30pm

Want an insight into what opportunities are available at this time in the sector? This panel discussion and Q&A will bring together recruiters, HR staff, freelancers and other professionals from organisations including Somerset House and the Museums Association to share views on what the current picture is on jobs and recruitment, what the future of the industry may look like and what students can be doing now to try and carve out their first steps for their career.

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Museums, Arts & Cultural Heritage: Working before and during Covid

Wednesday 18 November, 6-7.30pm

Join UCL Careers as we virtually host an event with representatives working as Graphic Designers, Theatre Makers and Photographers in the Arts and Cultural sectors to hear about their job roles, how they became involved in the industry, and if/how their work has been impacted in recent times. This will be a panel discussion and Q&A session.

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The bigger picture in Museums, Arts and Heritage Careers

Thursday 19 November, 5.30-6.45pm

How does the work of Museums, Arts & Cultural Heritage professionals impact on wider society? Our panel from organisations such as City Arts and Breathe Arts Health Research will be discussing their roles in the context of this question, at a time when our health and wellbeing is more in focus than ever.

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