Planning & Creating Effective Exhibitions To Attract New Audiences, Refresh Your Offer & Develop Flexible Exhibition Spaces

NWFED are hosting an event looking at planning and creating effective exhibitions to attract new audiences, refresh your offer and develop flexible exhibition spaces.

The event, which will take place on 4 February 2016 at Museum of Liverpool, will include a talk from Ruth McKew, Headland Design, who will share her experiences of working on a number of different projects and with diverse clients and collections on how best to create successful exhibitions, even when resources are limited.

Also speaking will be Elizabeth Royles, Grosveror Museum, who will discus creating thematic exhibitions from science and history collections and working in partnership projects. Museum collections in non museum and heritage venues. As well as Kay Jones, Museum of Liverpool Curator of Urban Community History, who will speak on flexible exhibition systems within permanent galleries: The People’s Republic gallery at the Museum of Liverpool.

Catherine Johnson, NML’s exhibitions team and Karen O’Rourke, Curator of Urban and Military History will also give a tour of the Poppies: Women and War exhibition and discuss the process of working with the photographer Lee Karen Stow to generate exhibition content of a local relevance.

For more information, please see here

NWFED associate members can attend all the NWFED events throughout the year for free. If you are an institutional member your staff and volunteers can attend all our events for free. If you would like to become a member, please see here

To book a place to our events please email the NWFED Coordinator

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