Creating engaging exhibitions

The past ten years have seen great innovations in the ways that museums and galleries display their collections to the public, which is creating a new set of expectations. How should museums and galleries embrace these? This conference looks at the benefits of working with audiences and of letting non-curatorial staff interpret and display museum collections. One case study will examine how last year’s Banksy vs Bristol Museum generated huge positive publicity and unprecedented audience numbers. It also looks at re-imagining displays with three criteria in mind: cost-effectiveness, sustainability and flexibility. For curators, exhibition organisers and anyone involved in creating displays and exhibitions. Taking place 23 April 2010 at the Royal College of Surgeons, London. For more information click here


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