This publication describes fifteen lending standards that members of the Conference of Directors of the National Museum (NMDC) commit to, subject to available resources, as well as loan guidelines. This film walks you through what makes Leihan a good question when you want to borrow works from the British Museum`s collection. It shows the areas of research you can do before you go to the museum to ask a leihan question, to make sure that the object you`re asking for actually brings to life the story you want to tell in your exhibition. The Imperial War Museum shared its checklist for loans. This document is part of the loan agreement concluded with the borrower. The Government Indemnity Scheme (SIG), run by the Arts Council of England, aims to improve and expand access to objects of a scientific, technological, artistic or historical nature by concluding loan loan insurance between UK wealth lending and lending institutions. The Imperial War Museum has shared its loan agreement. This resource should be used in conjunction with the Credit Checklist and credit terms and conditions. This resource from the Museums Association outlines general principles that define an ethical approach to lending to help museums think critically about their own practice while being consistent and complementary to existing standards. If you are concerned about credit management during the current lockdowns or when you reopen, would you like to learn more about the policies of the Government Indemnity Scheme or do you have a general credit question that you want to manage by a registrar? Join Collections Trust and a panel of experts for an online discussion that will answer your questions. While not a standard, this complement provides the UK Registrars Group with a template for borrowers and lenders to assess shop windows with credit institutions, identify potential problems and reach agreement on how to resolve them.
This loan guide to the Imperial War Museum explains how to ask a leihan question and describe how the museum will facilitate and manage loans. The Imperial War Museum has shared its lending policy, which applies to the loan of scraped items in the museum`s collection. This film guides you by writing a very strong and convincing letter of questions from Leihan to successfully ensure the loan of an object from the British Museum. This resource contains a formal loan and agreement for loans to the collection of D.H. Lawrence Heritage, Broxtowe Burough Council. The Imperial War Museum has communicated its loan terms. GIS allows the public to access assets located in the UK that might otherwise not be available by offering borrowers an alternative to the considerable costs of commercial insurance. This means that a museum, gallery, archive or library can borrow objects from non-national institutions and private lenders and in case of loss or damage, it is paid by the government to the owner.
The Protection of Cultural Objects on Loan (Publication and Commission of Information Regulations 2008) describes the requirements prescribed before an object arrives in the UK and the provision of information after an object enters the UK. . . .