Working with the British Library

In Museums on October 19, 2009 at 5:14 pm

I’ve just started a really interesting piece of work with the British Library. They have two spaces at the St Pancras site which they use for temporary exhibitions. They have plenty of ideas about what they want to put on in that space – almost too many, in fact. So, I’m going to be working with them to them decide which ones to run with. I’m going to be running some interviews with members of the public and also chairing some focus groups for them, with targetted audiences, analysing visitors’ initial reactions to the exhibition ideas and trying to gauge whether there is a ‘market’ for some of their ideas more than others.

It’s going to be happening throughout November, so I’ll be spending a lot of time in their lovely building. And probably their cafe too!

They have a lovely looking photography exhibition opening next week called Points of View.


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