The Museum receives a commissioning grant in order to be able to fund its two full time positions from the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames. As an accredited Museum, the organisation prides itself on recruiting highly qualified staff which have usually gained an MA in Museum Studies, or similar qualification, and who have had previous experience of working in museums.
Rebecca Arnott - Curator
Rebecca became Curator and Executive Officer of the Museum in June 2017. Following a BA in History and Archaeology at the University of Sheffield, she studied for an MA in Art Gallery and Museum Studies at the University of Manchester. Rebecca’s first museum role was Front of House at Helmshore Mills Museum in Lancashire before moving to Kent for an internship at the Royal Engineers Museum, Library & Archive. Since then Rebecca has held posts at Nottingham City Museums & Galleries, which include Nottingham Castle and Wollaton Hall, and at Maidstone Museums.
She is looking forward to developing the collections alongside an exciting and engaging Temporary Exhibitions programme at the Museum of Richmond.
Vicky McGrath - Learning and Audience Development Officer
Vicky started in her new position as the Education and Audience Development Officer in October 2016 comes to us with over 10 years of experience of working in Museums and Heritage Education. Before taking up her current role, Vicky was the Learning Manager at Bucks County Museum and the Roald Dahl Children’s Gallery.
Vicky has a BA Hons in History from the University of Sheffield and a Masters in Heritage, Education and Interpretation from the University of Newcastle. She is currently working towards her Associateship of the Museums Association (AMA)
She is looking forward to expanding the educational opportunities at the Museum. If you have any suggestions about what else we can offer, please email her: email@example.com
Sue Barber - Project Officer
Sue has a BSc in Archaeological Sciences from Bradford University and a Masters in Museum Studies from University College London. She worked as Assistant Curator at Wandsworth Museum for nineteen years and then as Curator at the Museum of Richmond for five. She left in 2013 to take a career break.
Sue is pleased to be back at the Museum of Richmond temporarily as part-time Project Officer for the Old Palace Lane exhibition project. She also currently works freelance as Curator for The Hearsum Collection, Richmond Park, and volunteers at the Museum of Army Music, Kneller Hall.
WE ARE OPEN
Tuesday – Friday: 11am to 5pm
Saturday, April to September: 11am to 5pm
Saturday, October to March: 11am to 4pm
Please note: we often have learning workshops which start before the Museum opens to the public, which means the exhibition area will not be accessible until 12noon
Closed Sunday and Monday and on public holidays, including Easter Saturday.
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