The Daphne Bullard, Kathy Callow and Elizabeth Hammond Awards
The DAPHNE BULLARD, KATHY CALLOW ELIZABETH HAMMOND ASSOCIATION (Reg no 1166336)
The Association administers the Elizabeth Hammond, Kathy Callow and Daphne Bullard awards and was registered as a charity on 1 April 2016
Elizabeth Hammond Award
The Elizabeth Hammond award was set up in 2015 and is funded by The Costume Society, following a bequest from the estate of the late Elizabeth Hammond (1926-2011) a founder member of The Costume Society and a former trustee. She was a graduate of the Royal College of Art, a teacher, embroiderer, artist, and a collector of costume. Significant pieces in her collection were conserved and loaned for public display. The award promotes the conservation and preparation for display of clothing including clothing-related textiles, of all periods, styles, and places of origin, held in the permanent collections of museums within the United Kingdom with an annual turnover of about £750,000. This award is intended to assist with the costs of a wide range of conservation projects, including preliminary assessments, as well as the labour and materials for conservation work. About £5000 is available annually for these awards and application may be made throughout the year.
Kathy Callow Award
The Kathy Callow Trust was founded in 1994 from part of the residue of the estate of the late Kathy Callow (1949-1989)‘… to provide awards with a long-term benefit to the public for the conservation of social history artefacts and evidence in small museums....' Kathy was a graduate in conservation and museum studies at Leicester University, the curator of the Priest's House Museum, Wimborne, the founder of two other local museums, and an active and long-standing member (latterly a Fellow) of the Museums Association. In 2016 the award was incorporated into the DB, KC and EH Association. Awards are for smaller museums and galleries with annual turnovers of about £750,000 or less, to assist with the costs of conservation and display projects, which might be part of an exhibition or improving stored collections. About £1000 is available annually funded by the Association and applications may be made throughout the year.
Daphne Bullard Award
The Daphne Bullard Trust was set up in 1973 on the initiative of the family of the late Mrs Daphne Bullard (1916-1971), Keeper of Worcestershire County Museum at Hartlebury Castle, "to promote the conservation of dress and textiles of all periods and their display’. It considers applications from small museums and organisations engaged in the conservation of dress and textiles of any period and their display. In 2016 the award was incorporated into the DB, KC and EH Association. Awards are made to museums and smaller organisations which seek to conserve and display costume and textiles. The total sum available each year is approximately £1,000 funded by the Association and applications may be made throughout the year.
Further Information on these awards is available from the Association Secretary by email at email@example.com.