TEG Newsletter May 2022

Our latest newsletter includes the showcase of short films from a selection of TEG‚Äôs international members, shown at Marketplace 2022 in Manchester. You can also see our professional development news, our member’s latest touring exhibitions and information on the Museums and Heritage Show.  

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TEG Newsletter April 2022

  Our bumper April newsletter includes 17 new touring exhibitions, information on Marketplace and professional development, sector news and more.

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The Royal Meteorological Society’s Weather Photographer of the Year – Digital Exhibition

A brand new exhibition for 2022. Explore the awe and majesty of the world’s weather in all its beauty and diversity in this brand-new digital display from the Royal Meteorological Society’s Weather Photographer of the Year competition. 30 powerful photographs will tell the story of the earth’s dramatic and ever-changing climate. Curious clouds, majestic haloes… Read more

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TEG Newsletter March 2022

  As marketplace 2022 approaches catch up on our updated programme, learn about upcoming professional development opportunities, new exhibitions, member and industry news in our March newsletter

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New Case Study: Supporting the Development of Sustainable Exhibition Practice

In our latest Case Study, Megan Townshend, Sustainable Exhibitions Assistant Kickstart Intern at Aberdeen Archives, Gallery & Museums, looks at how the organisation supported the development of sustainable exhibition practice with the exhibition ‚ÄėBritish Art Show 9‚Äô. She talks about the outcomes, experience gained and some of the issues that they experienced. Read or download… Read more

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The New Museum: Engaging Audiences in the Age of Covid Case Study

Genetic Moo are a UK-based collective who specialise in building large-scale digital ecosystems called Microworld which have delighted audiences all over the world. With the outbreak of COVID-19, Genetic Moo had to find a way to make their interactive, ‚Äėtouch-me‚Äô show adapt to a world where touching was no longer allowed. They also wanted to… Read more

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Call for 2023 Exhibition Proposals – Two Temple Place

Two Temple Place is seeking¬†creative¬†proposals from freelance curators, regional cultural institutions and¬†researchers,¬†for¬†our¬†11th¬†major spring exhibition running January-April 2023.¬†¬†¬† Background¬† The¬†Exhibition Programme¬†at Two Temple Place¬†has grown in impact and reach¬†since its inception in 2011,¬†reaching audiences of over 350,000 and working with¬†over¬†50¬†regional museums and galleries.¬† In 2022, our tenth exhibition¬†Body Vessel Clay:¬†Black¬†Women, Ceramics & Contemporary Art¬†showcases¬†the work of… Read more

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NMDC and TEG publish the Principles for Lending and Borrowing and the Guide to Borrowing

As museums reopen following the UK lockdowns, many are under pressure from reduced resources.¬† The national and regional museums whose leaders form the National Museum Directors‚Äô Council (NMDC) are committed to lending as widely as possible to support the sector during this critical period of recovery.¬† To ensure that as many people as possible across… Read more

Lockdown Experiences, Case Study, Fedora

My Lockdown Story By Glyn Edwards, Director of Fedora At the point lockdown was imposed our touring exhibitions on Punch & Judy were fortunately just back from their jaunts, leaving only one item still stranded at Aberdeen Maritime Museum. We were, however, in the final stage of a two-year HLF-supported project about seafront entertainment in… Read more

Lockdown Experiences, Case Study, Lumen Art Projects

My Lockdown Story – Bright Lights in Norway By Carla Rapoport, Executive Director & Founder, Lumen Art Projects As the world started to shut down and every exhibition, festival and commission we’d been working on was postponed, shuttered or cancelled, there was one bright light shining. It was the green ‘active now’ dot on our… Read more