The Making of the Modern Galleries, Museum of London

The Making of the Galleries of Modern London
Sat 11 Sep, 10.15am – 5pm

Book in advance £40 (concs £25*), including lunch
The new Galleries of Modern London are the largest and most complex project undertaken by the Museum since it opened in 1976. This study day will examine how the project came about over the last five years, focusing especially on the displays and the way that interactive technology has been integrated throughout the gallery space. With many of the key staff speaking, including all the lead curators, this is the first chance to hear how the galleries were conceived and created.
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* PLEASE NOTE: Arts and heritage staff can take advantage of a special £25 concessionary rate for this event. Quote heritage staff offer when booking by phone or choose the concessionary rate online. Please bring your staff ID on the day.

For more information and full programme see: http://www.museumoflondon.org.uk/English/EventsExhibitions/Events/FeaturedEvents/StudyDays.htm


Information from Melissa Bentley for Updates for London’s Museums 23/08/2010

Event details at the Museum of London - English

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