heritageExecutive Leadership Workshop on Organizing Temporary Exhibitions for Heritage Managers and Museum Professionals

ORGANIZING TEMPORARY EXHIBITIONS FROM YOUR COLLECTION AND PROMOTING THEM AROUND THE WORLD

21-22 April, 2017

Location: Benaki Museum, Koumbari 1, Athens

A 2 day workshop that focuses on how temporary exhibitions can enhance and promote the mission of a museum, create new audiences and generate revenue for an institution.

Starting with a look at building institutional strategy for exhibition making and partnership building, participants will explore the process behind making temporary exhibitions for display at home and internationally. This will include identifying exhibition objectives, shaping the narrative and content to create a compelling visitor experience as well as the practicalities of actually delivering a project in another country. The workshop will encourage a discursive approach and participants are welcome to bring their own ideas and projects to the table.

The workshop will be delivered by Rosie Wanek, Senior Exhibitions Manager at Somerset House, London, UK, who is specializing in exhibition development and delivery locally and internationally.

- Suggested donation for participation: 1500 Euros

- All applications will be considered for a scholarship

- HMO scholarships (full and partial) will be available for participants (excluding airfare/travel expenses and 50-100 Euros membership fee to the IHC for 2017)

Spaces for this workshop are limited, so please apply early

The application deadline is Monday April 10th 2017

For further details, you may contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

To apply for this workshop, please fill in and submit the online application form which you may find at http://bit.ly/ihcworkshops . After receiving confirmation of receipt of your application, continue your application process by submitting your curriculum vitae, personal statement and reference letter (which may come in separately by your referee at their earliest convenience). All your application documents may be submitted by email at inherity.info@ gmail.com Applications should not exceed 750 words in total and your curriculum vitae should be up to 1000 words maximum.

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Contact:
 
The South East European (SEE) Heritage network Secretariat
P.O. Box 85
85330 Kotor - Montenegro
phone: + 382 (0)32 302520
fax: + 382 (0)32 302521
 
 

The material displayed on the separate country pages has been prepared by:
Albania: 
Albanian Heritage Foundation
Bosnia and Herzegovina: CHwB Regional Office in Sarajevo
Kosovo: EC MA Ndryshe
Montenegro: EXPEDITIO and Notar
Serbia: Civic Association SUBURBIUM

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South East Europe (SEE) – a region where people cooperate, understand and respect each other on the basis of their cultural differences, believing that cultural, ethnic and religious diversity is a valuable resource.

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South East European Heritage is a network of non-governmental organizations established in 2006. The mission of the SEE Heritage network is to work toward protecting and promoting our common cultural heritage with the aim of encouraging the sustainable development of the region.

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