New exhibitions and galleries play a central role in connecting museums with their audiences. Creating them offers a major opportunity to share your collections and ideas, to build your profile and to demonstrate your relevance. But these projects also take precious time, money and resource. It has never been more critical that we create exhibitions that deliver: connecting audiences with our collections and our institutional ambitions.
In this study day, led by experienced exhibition-maker Emily Scott-Dearing, you will reflect on the purpose of your exhibitions and learn tools and techniques for crystallising what your exhibition is saying and making every object and asset count. The workshop will include inspiring case studies and practical insights learned from delivering exhibitions and galleries in a range of settings and scales.
Study Day: Creating Exhibitions That Deliver takes place on Tuesday 7 June at the Museum of London
Workshop leader: Workshop leader Dr Emily Scott-Dearing is a museum and public engagement consultant with 20 years experience in interpretive planning and exhibition delivery. Her current and recent work includes exhibitions with Wellcome Collection, Natural History Museum, and Bletchley Park. At the Science Museum in London she led multi-disciplinary teams to deliver an array of galleries and exhibitions including as Lead Curator for the Museum’s new Medicine Galleries providing strategic direction and content leadership. As Head of Exhibitions & Programmes she launched the acclaimed Collider and Cosmonauts exhibitions. Prior to her work in the cultural sector Emily was a biomedical research scientist. She holds a degree in Biology from University College London and gained her PhD from the University of Cambridge.
Study Day Format: Working in small groups with a welcoming and informal atmosphere, study day participants will benefit from expert guidance and support coupled with hands-on, practical sessions.
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Tickets are non-refundable but may be swapped between colleagues at the same organisation. If the workshop is postponed due to Covid-19 restrictions your ticket remains valid for the rescheduled date.