Amazing Spaces: Designing Great Exhibitions *POSTPONED*
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This one-day conference shares the principles of good exhibition design, explore design as an effective interpretative tool, and highlight how exhibition design can create more meaningful visitor experiences.
Jon Sutton, Exhibitions Manager, National Football Museum
“I’m Exhibitions Manager at the National Football Museum and have worked in the sector for 14 years. My exhibition ethos is experimentation – bright colours, cheeky humour where appropriate and taking a “what’s the worst that could happen?” approach!”
Tim Ashmore, Graphics and Interpretation Producer, National Football Museum
“I am the in-house designer of the National Football Museum’s exhibitions Strip! and Football Is Art.”
Natasha McEnroe, Keeper of Medicine, Science Museum
“I am the Keeper of Medicine at the Science Museum. Previously, I was Director of the Florence Nightingale Museum, and Museum Manager of the Grant Museum of Zoology and Comparative Anatomy.”
Helen Fothergill, Head of Collections, Aberdeen Museums & Galleries
“Working closely with architects and interpretation designers, I developed new ways of displaying and interpreting the art collection for Aberdeen Art Gallery.”
Lyndsey Bowditch, Director, Studioarc
“I worked with my team and the curators at Aberdeen Art Gallery to integrate innovative interpretation, highlighting stories and engaging a wide audience.”
Julia Glynn-Smith, Associate Director, WilkinsonEyre
The day runs approximately 1030 - 1630, with registration from 0930.
Museums Association members
Individual member: full or essential - £125
Individual member: student, retired, volunteer or unwaged - £55
Individual member: prospective AMA member - £95
Corporate or Institutional member - £125
Non-members - £195