Lots of HLF projects include an exhibition as one of their outputs - it’s a great way of sharing research, activities, oral histories and heritage stories that your group has been exploring. But what are the key things groups and organisations undertaking community exhibitions need to think about?
Whether you’re planning a display on a single wall, or something much bigger, join us for a live chat right here on Thursday 14 January from 12.30-1.30pm where we’ll discuss the most important aspects relevant to all types of exhibition.
Joining us to offer their expertise and share top tips will be staff from the People’s History Museum (PHM), Manchester, and the Bam! Sistahood! project, based at the Maya Angelou Centre in Newcastle. Please follow along, ask community exhibition questions, and share your experiences.
The team in the North West worked with staff from PHM to develop a toolkit to help groups think about the different steps they need to go through when creating an exhibition based on their heritage. You can find the tool kit here on the PHM website.