Economics of Touring Exhibitions: Models for Practice seminar
Brighton Museum & Art Gallery, 15 September 2016
Are you looking to develop your first touring exhibition, improve your existing touring programme, or in need of a new strategy?
The Touring Exhibitions Group (TEG) will deliver its next Economics of Touring Exhibitions: Models for Practice seminar at Brighton Museum & Art Gallery on 15 September 2016 from 10.30 – 16.30.
The seminar is an opportunity to:
- Improve your knowledge of the ways to structure a touring exhibition
- Increase your confidence to approach partners and venues
- Improve your knowledge of ways to finance and fund-raise for touring exhibitions
- Share up to date examples of best practice for touring exhibitions
- Meet other professionals interested in producing touring exhibitions
Book your place online here
This one day seminar is just £25 for TEG members and £35 for non TEG members and there are 10 travel bursaries available up to a value of £30.
'I would like to take this opportunity to thank the organisers for this comprehensive training day. I signed up for this seminar to learn more about how the Bath Preservation Trust collections can be made more accessible to a wider audience, to make professional links that may develop into future partnerships, and learn from colleagues about business strategies that have worked well with hosting or developing traveling shows. My aims were certainly achieved.' Laura Beresford, Head of Museums, Bath Preservation Trust
'The market research TEG have done is extremely valuable. It will be really helpful for me in framing conversations in my organisation. Brilliant to have time to talk to other delegates and hear their experiences too.' Ruth Leech, Curator, Leeds City Museum
'It was genuinely the best training day I’d been to in many years - I found it enormously useful.' Louisa Price, Curator, Charles Dickens Museum
For a full list of seminar dates visit the TEG professional development page.