Touring Exhibitions Group News November 2019
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Art Fund, the National Museum Directors' Council (NMDC) and TEG invite you to join them on 15 November, 10.00-17.00 at the Natural History Museum to: 
  • Be inspired to lend and borrow to achieve your organisation's objectives
  • Review and reflect on the loans activity resulting from programmes including the Weston Loan Programme with Art Fund, Ready to Borrow and Preparing to Borrow, and the wider context and agenda set by the Mendoza and DCMS Reviews
  • Consider what changes and adaptations still need to be made to facilitate and maximise the impact of loans
  • Discuss future opportunities for lending and borrowing between museums and galleries
Booking and Information
Tickets: Tickets are £35 or £25 for TEG and NMDC members, and anyone working at one of the National Art Pass network of Art Fund museum partners. Booking closes on Monday 11th November.
Our next Economics of Touring Exhibitions Workshop will take place at the British Library, London, on the 6 December 2019, 10.00-16.30.

This workshop is designed to support organisations to develop a strategic approach to their touring and partnership exhibition activity, to meet their aims and objectives, and maximise the reach, impact and financial viability of a programme. The workshop is suitable for organisations developing new projects and as well as those looking to review and reflect on an established offer.
Booking and Information

A warm welcome to all new and re-joining members who have joined TEG during October.
For further details and to contact them, please click on the links in their listings below.
Please remember to log into the website first to link directly from the newsletter.

International Institute for Conservation of Historic and Artistic Works (IIC), London – Contact: Graham Voce, Executive Secretary
Matthieu Leger, Loughborough - Fine Artist, Oil Painter
Leicester Arts, Museums, Festivals and Events - Contact: Harjeet Kaur, Exhibitions and Displays Manager

Middlesbrough Museums – Contact: Matthew Storey, Head of Transformation
Shire Hall Courthouse Museum, Dorchester – Contact: Abbie King, Assistant Director
Museum of Gloucester
We strive for a varied programme consisting of contemporary and historical two and three dimensional art, textiles, science, historical and in-house exhibitions. Exhibitions vary in length from 6-12 weeks and are programmed so that there is a new exhibition for each summer school holiday, approximately 4 exhibitions a year.

Contact: Amy Washington, Events and Marketing Officer
Add your venue details by logging into My Account and complete the form for members to find you. All new listings will be featured here.

If your venue is listed on our database, please take a minute to log in and check that the information and images in your listing are up to date.

TEG members: to add your new exhibitions to our database, log into My Account and complete the exhibition form
We currently have over 230 exhibition opportunities listed on our website. To search for exhibitions, log-in and visit the Exhibition Opportunities page.

The National Portrait Gallery will close in June 2020 for a redevelopment programme. During the planned three year closure, it will tour 300 portraits each year across the country, from Cornwall to Edinburgh. The tour is planned to include works that are rarely loaned, alongside a programme of events supported by Art Fund and the National Lottery Heritage Fund.
The extensive programme includes a partnership with York Art Gallery in 2021, an exhibition of Tudor portraits curated in partnership with the Holburne Museum in Bath in 2022 and projects with National Museums Liverpool, Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle and the Scottish National Portrait Gallery, which will then tour to other venues. There will also be a new schools outreach programme ‘Faces and Places’ across seven London Boroughs accompanied by art shown in local schools, libraries and arts centres, plus further school art projects from Wolverhampton to Teesside.
A press statement highlights that the NPG is also actively looking for “expressions of interest from organisations interested in partnering with them during this time.”

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