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Teo Live 2022 is an online event designed to support the international touring exhibitions community – to discover exhibitions, hear about trends and meet with community members.

The event will focus on sustainable initiatives in travelling exhibitions and will feature:


Teo Live is open to all professionals involved in the hosting and touring of cultural exhibitions, from museums, galleries, science centres, libraries, archives, gardens, zoos, exhibition venues and event organisations. Registration is free to attend the event.

We would like to thank our event partners for their kind support in communicating this event: , Ecsite, ICOM ICEE, Museum Connections, Blooloop, EVE, Jing Culture.

Blooloop is hosting the second greenloop conference, taking place during Earth Week 19-20th April 2022.


This online event will bring together leading sustainability professionals from the world’s major museums, theme parks, zoos and other visitor attractions. They will share latest trends and developments, highlight best practices, foster meaningful connections and inspire us all to become more sustainable in our businesses and help protect the planet.


With all visitor attractions needing to decarbonise and become more sustainable, the event will be provide practical, actionable advice and case studies for our attendees, with practical take-aways that they can put into practice.

More info to be announced shortly!

2021: Re-Growth and Re-Imagination of Exhibitions

The world of exhibitions has been shaken by the major international crises that have marked
the past months, which have reduced the possibilities of travelling and visiting places of
culture. Exhibitions have been cancelled, postponed, moved online, and rethought to an
unprecedented extent around the world. Creativity and innovation invited local authorities
and cultural stakeholders to rethink the models of temporary and travelling exhibitions,
challenging greatly the traditional blockbuster model. In this session, we will explore how
exhibition models can be re-imagined by reconsidering the shared exhibition in its human,
natural and economic ecosystem – to identify profound changes that are transforming the
industry.

Facilitator

Manon Delaury, CEO and Founder, TEO Exhibitions (France)

Speakers

This workshop focuses on how temporary exhibitions can enhance and promote the mission of an institution, create new audiences and generate revenue.Starting with building an institutional strategy for exhibition making and partnership building, participants will explore the process behind making temporary exhibitions for display at home and for tour. This will include identifying exhibition objectives, shaping the narrative and content to create a compelling visitor experience, strategies for touring exhibitions nationally and internationally, and exploring the future of the temporary and touring exhibitions sector. The workshop will encourage a discursive and participatory approach. Attendees are encouraged to bring their own ideas and projects to the workshop and there will be time allocated for 1:1 consultation with the workshop facilitators.

Instructors:

Charlotte Dew
is a consultant and curator, specialising in touring and partnership exhibitions. She manages the professional development and research programmes for the Touring Exhibitions Group (TEG) and the public programme at the Goldsmiths’ Centre, London, and also coordinates a Subject Specialist Network for the Centre of Ceramic Art, York. She is author of the Lending and Borrow Experience Report (TEG: 2017) and the Economics of Touring Exhibitions Survey Report (TEG: 2015) and has written for a range of publications including the Museums Journal, Ceramic Review and Crafts. Formerly she held curatorial roles at the Crafts Council, The National Archives, The Mercers’ Company and The Women’s Library, and has undertaken consultancy for the Barbican Art Gallery, South West Museum Development, the Museum of English Rural Life and York Art Gallery.

Dana Andrew
is a museum consultant with extensive experience in touring exhibitions and delivering international projects, and is part-time executive director of ICOM UK.

Rosie Wanek
has extensive experience leading the development and delivery of exhibitions locally and internationally for small and large institutions such as Somerset House and Victoria & Albert Museum. She currently works as a Senior Content Designer for Event Communications, a leading experience design agency in Europe.

Wednesday, February 3, 2021 at 10:30-11:30 am ET | 3:30-4:30 pm GMT.

Blooloop and Christie present a live discussion: “How can far-UVC light help attractions battle COVID-19?” on 3 February. New far-UVC light disinfection technology could be a game changer for the attractions business.

Join us on 3 February, 3:30pm GMT to find out how far-UVC light disinfection could help visitor attractions to reopen, and to future proof venues.

The pandemic has resulted in visitor attractions closing around the world. With vaccines now coming online the end of lockdown seems in sight. But is a vaccine a silver bullet? We are already seeing new mutations of the COVID-19 virus, even before the first vaccine has been rolled out. And what about future threats?

In order to regain consumer confidence in entering location based entertainment venues, effective disinfection will play a key role. Far-UVC light disinfection is a new technology that can be instrumental in reopening visitor attractions now. It also provides a solution capable of addressing new viruses and “superbugs” in the future.

Speakers

Martin Howe has over 35 years’ experience introducing and delivering new technologies to market across a range of demanding applications around the world. He is a creative ‘techie’, an ideas generator, a big picture thinker and determined problem solver with the ability to translate ambitious goals into a structured plan and hands-on delivery.

Brent Peckover is the Director of Industrial Applications at Christie, focusing on launching innovative ideas outside of traditional markets and applications. He is spearheading the design and development activities for Christie® CounterAct™ with patented Care222® technology commercial ultraviolet disinfection fixtures.

(GMT hours)

Highlighting the latest trends and developments, the conference will aim to share best practice and inspire us all to become more sustainable in our businesses and protect the planet.

In addition we will showcase industry innovators who are tackling the climate challenge, and be a catalyst for networking and debate.

On Friday 11 December, we will be coming to you live with a special edition presentation!


We will bring the magic of touring exhibitions to your screens including in-depth insights into the brand-new show Fantastic Beasts: The Wonder of Nature and Jurassic Oceans: Monsters of the Deep as well as our world renowned blockbuster, Wildlife Photographer of the Year.


Colleagues will share insights into their creations, show you fantastic exhibits, and talk you through the exhibitions in bite-sized ten-minute talks.


Join Soraia Salvador (Wildlife Photographer of the Year Programme Manager) Kate Whittington (Fantastic Beasts Interpretation Developer) and Lottie Dodwell (Jurassic Oceans Interpretation Developer) to find out more about these wonderful displays.


Starting on 11 December at 9am EST, 2pm GMT, 3pm CET, 4pm EET and 5pm AST. A recording will be made available.


REGISTER at [email protected] to receive the weblink! 

18.30 CET (Malta) / 09.30 PDT / 02.30 AEST We are delighted to present six international voices from the museum world, each of whom shall be sharing views and perspectives about museum futures in six pre-conference webinar events. Each speaker shall present a personal reaction to future challenges and ambitions during a dedicated webinar. Towards the end, Mike Murawski, change leader and committed advocate for more equitable and community-centred museums shall present his reflections on the presentation and discussion. The webinars shall be moderated by Prof. Carmel Borg and Dr Sandro Debono from the Department of Arts, Open Communities and Adult Education, at the University of Malta. The speaker for this webinar is Kayleigh Bryant-Greenwell. Kayleigh Bryant-Greenwell is Head of Public Programs with Smithsonian American Art Museum and the Renwick Gallery. In the wake of Covid-19 she leads an internal task force towards reopening strategies. Teo is a proud partner and supporter of MUŻE.X – Shaping Museum Futures.09.30 CET (Malta) / 00.30 PDT / 17.30 AEST We are delighted to present six international voices from the museum world, each of whom shall be sharing views and perspectives about museum futures in six pre-conference webinar events. Each speaker shall present a personal reaction to future challenges and ambitions during a dedicated webinar. Towards the end, Mike Murawski, change leader and committed advocate for more equitable and community-centred museums shall present his reflections on the presentation and discussion. The webinars shall be moderated by Prof. Carmel Borg and Dr Sandro Debono from the Department of Arts, Open Communities and Adult Education, at the University of Malta. The speaker for this webinar is Seb Chan. Seb Chan is Chief Experience Officer at the Australian Centre for the Moving Image (Melbourne). Prior to this he led the digital renewal and transformation of the Cooper Hewitt Smithsonian Design Museum in New York (2011-2015). Teo is a proud partner and supporter of MUŻE.X – Shaping Museum Futures.
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