Travelling Exhibitions

Developing and Organising Temporary Exhibitions and Touring Strategies

 

Date:
5-7 June 2020

Location:
Online Training Program

Application Deadline:
29 May 2020

 

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Vacancies for the workshops are limited, so please apply early.

Instructors:

Charlotte Dew 
is a consultant and curator, specialising in touring and partnership exhibitions. She manages the professional development and research programmes for the Touring Exhibitions Group (TEG) and the public programme at the Goldsmiths’ Centre, London, and also coordinates a Subject Specialist Network for the Centre of Ceramic Art, York. She is author of the Lending and Borrow Experience Report (TEG: 2017) and the Economics of Touring Exhibitions Survey Report (TEG: 2015) and has written for a range of publications including the Museums Journal, Ceramic Review and Crafts. Formerly she held curatorial roles at the Crafts Council, The National Archives, The Mercers’ Company and The Women’s Library, and has undertaken consultancy for the Barbican Art Gallery, South West Museum Development, the Museum of English Rural Life and York Art Gallery.

 

Dana Andrew
is a museum consultant with extensive experience in touring exhibitions and delivering international projects, and is part-time executive director of ICOM UK.

 

Rosie Wanek
has extensive experience leading the development and delivery of exhibitions locally and internationally for small and large institutions such as Somerset House and Victoria & Albert Museum. She currently works as a Senior Content Designer for Event Communications, a leading experience design agency in Europe.
This workshop focuses on how temporary exhibitions can enhance and promote the mission of an institution, create new audiences and generate revenue.
Starting with building an institutional strategy for exhibition making and partnership building, participants will explore the process behind making temporary exhibitions for display at home and for tour. This will include identifying exhibition objectives, shaping the narrative and content to create a compelling visitor experience, strategies for touring exhibitions nationally and internationally, and exploring the future of the temporary and touring exhibitions sector. The workshop will encourage a discursive and participatory approach. Attendees are encouraged to bring their own ideas and projects to the workshop and there will be time allocated for 1:1 consultation with the workshop facilitators.

 

For details on the application procedures and available scholarships, see the official announcement of the workshop here