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6 Feb 2016
TEG MARKETPLACE 2016, 12-13 MAY, BRADFORD

Join colleagues UK-wide for one or two days of programme inspiration at TEG's 2016 Marketplace, to be held in Bradford on Thursday 12 & Friday 13 May. The Marketplace is open to everyone with an involvement or interest in touring exhibitions and is a great opportunity to find new exhibitions for your venue or promote exhibitions you have available for hire - or do both. The event encompasses exhibitions in all shapes and sizes, covering a wide range of subjects, to fit all types of venue and audience. You can either book a stall from which to display information about your available exhibitions, or circulate freely, finding out what other organisations have to offer. The Marketplace will be hosted by Cartwright Hall Art Gallery on Friday 13 May. It will be preceded on Thursday 12 May by a seminar on Working in Partnership, plus opportunities to visit exhibitions currently on show in Bradford. You can also join fellow delegates for an evening reception followed by an informal meal. For full programme details and online booking, please visit the Marketplace web page. You can also download the Marketplace leaflet.

6 Feb 2016
TEG Newsletter January 2016

TEG's monthly newsletter contains up-to-date information about our forthcoming networking events, professional development opportunities, new members, new exhibition titles added to our database of exhibitions for hire and summaries of notices posted by members at our Jobs & Notices webpage. The most recent newsletter available for download is JANUARY 2016.
Note: To receive future newsletters directly, you can subscribe to TEG's mailing list at the Contacts webpage.

6 Nov 2015
Jobs & Notices

Please use this page to share exhibition-related information with fellow TEG members.  Posts may include job vacancies, project ideas, opportunities and events.  Note that your message should not exceed 150 words.  A web link may be supplied for further details.

Messages will be deleted automatically after one month.

Information about touring exhibitions available for hire should be submitted in the Exhibitions section (please refer to Using this site for guidance on how to add information).

On the Exchange page you can access TEG's six-monthly Exchange publication which contains details of forthcoming TEG events, exhibition reviews and updates about what’s new on the web site.
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10 Aug 2015
Interim 'Economics of Touring Exhibitions' survey results published by MA
The Museums Association has published interim results from TEG's Economics of Touring Exhibitions Survey. Further details about the full survey results will follow in an article in the October issue of Museums Journal.
23 May 2015
Economics of Touring Exhibitions: Models for Practice - Appointment of Researcher
Following TEG’s award from the Arts Council England Museum Resilience Fund, we are pleased to announce the appointment of a researcher for the Economics of Touring Exhibitions: Models for Practice programme. Freelance curator and consultant Charlotte Dew will bring her skills and experience from roles at the Crafts Council, The Mercers’ Company, and the Museum of English Rural Life, and is already contacting museums and galleries across the country, following a successful presentation at the Museums & Heritage show in April.
TEG are seeking a wide range of examples and case studies from across the touring spectrum, so if you would be interested in participating in this exciting and unique project, contact Charlotte at charlotte@teg.org.uk.
6 May 2015
Mike Sixsmith's retirement
Mike Sixsmith, TEG’s long-serving administrator, retired on 31st March 2015. The following is a longer version of the text of his farewell at the Marketplace on 17th April, in which he puts down some markers and adds detail of a career in touring exhibitions.
Download text (PDF, 74 KB)
19 Mar 2015
BALLOT TO ELECT MEMBERS OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE 2015-16
Calling all TEG members. The nominations have been received, now it is up to you to vote for the committee for Touring Exhibitions Group in 2015/16. Just log in to the TEG website, select ‘About’ from the main menu then ‘Ballot’. TEG is a membership organisation and it is important that members vote in our annual elections; it will only take a couple of minutes of your time. You have until 9 April to cast your vote. Don’t miss this chance to influence how TEG works.
19 Mar 2015
AGM 2015 - 17 APRIL, SOUTHAMPTON

TEG’s 29th Annual General Meeting will be held at 2.00pm on 17 April 2015 at Southampton City Art Gallery. The papers will be available for download from 20 March at the AGM webpage in the ‘About’ area of the site – please ensure you log into the website first as this page is available to members only. Please download and print all papers, and bring them with you to the AGM as additional copies will not be available there. Whether they attend the meeting or not – members are welcome to comment on the papers. If members are unable to attend the AGM, they are kindly requested to cast their votes and record their apologies for absence, using the proxy voting form.

24 Feb 2015
TEG Marketplace IDEAS Session - Proposals invited
At this year’s Marketplace, to be held in Southampton on 17 April, TEG is hosting a new ‘Ideas’ session. This will be a series of quick fire, informal presentations delivered by you, TEG members, who have an idea for a new touring exhibition. This should be in the early stages of development – perhaps you are seeking partners, host venues, or organisations who can lend exhibits to you to complement your idea? You may be seeking an expert in a particular field, someone to share a funding proposal, anything in fact in the planning of a touring exhibition. What better location than the TEG Marketplace to get all those captive touring exhibitions specialists on your side?
We’re offering 5 minutes of time to organisations and individuals who can send us proposals (subject to demand!). Please send us up to 3 images and 200 words describing what your presentation will be. This shouldn’t be a sales pitch for an existing exhibition, but a new development you are looking to move forward. It may only be a tiny idea at the moment, but we can help it grow.
We’ll be working in the lecture theatre at Southampton City Art Gallery, so there is scope to show images, but it’s not necessary.
Emails your proposal to Alice.Briggs@ceredigion.gov.uk and louise.hesketh@halton.gov.uk by March 13, and we’ll confirm with you by 27 March.
NOTE: Presentation slots will be available to registered Marketplace delegates only. For full details about this year's Marketplace and online booking, please see the Marketplace page.
23 Jan 2015
TEG AGM, 17 APRIL 2015
The 29th Annual General Meeting of the Touring Exhibitions Group will take place at 2.00pm on Friday 17 April 2015 at the Marketplace to be held at Southampton City Art Gallery. All papers will be available on TEG’s website by 20 March 2015. If there are any matters of special business, these should be raised by contacting the Secretary, Claire Longrigg at claire.longrigg@hullcc.gov.uk by 16 March 2015.
23 Jan 2015
Annual Ballot - Join the TEG Executive Committee
The annual ballot of membership is taking place in March and April to elect the Executive Committee for 2015. Nominations are sought, so we would like to hear from anyone who wishes to take part in the ballot or to nominate someone else to join the Committee. The deadline for nominations is 16 March 2015. Full details are available on the Nominations page of the website. Further information about serving on the Committee is available on the Executive Committee webpage. The composition of the new Executive Committee will be announced at the AGM.
11 Jul 2014
TEG Professional Development Programme

The first series of professional development seminars have been very popular. Thank you to our hosts at Harrow Art Centre, Leeds Discovery Centre, The Crafts Council and The Royal Photographic Society. In response to demand we are now programming new dates across the UK.
The next Beginning to Tour seminar will take place at the Dovecot Studios in Edinburgh on Monday 8 September 2014 from 10:30 to 16:30.
The Beginning to Tour course is aimed at people who want to start producing their own touring exhibitions and provides basic level skills and knowledge for producing touring programmes. The cost of this day seminar is £40 for TEG members and £60 for non-members.
TEG aims to make training opportunities affordable by keeping travel costs low. This seminar will be open to delegates living in the local region first, it will then be opened up to all. If you are interested in attending please email seminars@teg.org.uk.
Future training dates
The two courses on offer, 'The Principles of Touring' and 'Beginning to Tour' encourage active learning by sharing up-to-date examples of best practice and creating practical resources. Delivered by trainers with vast experience of working in the sector, the seminars are also an opportunity to meet other professionals or students interested in touring exhibition work.
The courses can be booked as one full day or a half-day session or as individual modules, a full list can be viewed online [link to module page - http://teg.org.uk/index.php?id=3,47]. Our aim is to provide training that best suits your needs and the course can be booked exclusively for you or your organisation and/ or opened up to other professionals. If you are interested in booking a future date for a seminar or would like to discuss specific training needs please email: seminars@teg.org.uk.

29 May 2014
TEG MARKETPLACE 2014 - 22 MAY, THE DISCOVERY MUSEUM, NEWCASTLE-UPON-TYNE

Marketplace 2014, hosted by Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums and held at the Discovery Museum, Newcastle, on Thursday 22 May, provided a full day of programme inspiration for more than 100 delegates. TEG’s annual Marketplace is an invaluable networking opportunity for everyone involved in touring or hiring exhibitions in museums, galleries, arts and science centres, universities, libraries and other public sector venues UK-wide. Delegates can book a stall from which to promote exhibitions available for hire or circulate freely, gathering information about exhibitions on offer, exhibition exchanges or potential collaborations.
Our accompanying programme of seminars, tours and talks offers exciting opportunities for professional development. For more details, visit our Marketplace webpage in the Events area.

7 Mar 2014
TEG AGM, 22 MAY 2014
The 28th Annual General Meeting of the Touring Exhibitions Group will take place at 12.30 on Thursday 22 May 2014 at the Marketplace to be held at the Discovery Museum, Newcastle. All papers will be available on TEG’s website by 23 April 2014. If there are any matters of special business, these should be raised by contacting the Secretary, Claire Longrigg at Claire.longrigg@hullcc.gov.uk by 17 April 2014.
7 Mar 2014
Annual Ballot - Join the TEG Executive Committee
The annual ballot of the membership is taking place in April and May to elect the Executive Committee for 2014. Nominations are sought, so we would like to hear from anyone who wishes to take part in the ballot or to nominate someone else to join the Committee. The deadline for nominations is 14 April 2014. Full details are available on the Nominations page of the website. Further information about serving on the Committee is available on the Executive Committee webpage. The composition of the new Executive Committee will be announced at the AGM.
Volunteer for a Committee sub-group….
If you are unsure about becoming a Committee Member, why not volunteer to help on one of our committee sub-groups (professional development, marketing, handbook, and website)? As well as making a direct input into a specific project, this is a great opportunity to learn more about the TEG Committee and the work we do. For further details, please contact the Secretary Claire Longrigg: claire.longrigg@hullcc.gov.uk.
12 Jan 2014
Professional Development
New for 2014 is TEG’s Professional Development Programme on touring exhibitions. There are two topics on offer for both members and non-members. They can be booked as one full day or a half-day session or as individual modules.

The aim of the sessions is to introduce the principles and practices of touring exhibitions and provide basic level skills and knowledge for producing and receiving touring exhibitions. Both sessions will encourage active learning by sharing up to date examples of best practice and creating practical resources. Delivered by trainers with vast experience of working in the sector the sessions are also an opportunity to meet other professionals or students interested in touring exhibition work.

PRINCIPLES OF TOURING EXHIBITIONS
Introduces the principles and practices of producing touring exhibitions. The session is aimed at people who are new to touring exhibition work. A full day session will cover the following modules, you can also pick a selection of modules to create a half-day session.

• Finding the right exhibition
Ways of finding touring exhibitions for hire will be introduced. Delegates will then actively assess the suitability of exhibitions for venues by looking at real examples of information packs on touring exhibitions. A key information checklist will be produced.

• Working with exhibition organisers
Introduction to the different ways of working with other venues of organisations on touring exhibitions followed by a discussion exercise based on different scenarios that the group will be asked to come up with solutions for.

• Caring for objects
An introduction to environmental conditions, security, packing and planning for emergencies. Delegates will look at real venue facilities reports and think about the concerns of lenders through active questions. They will learn how and why facilities reports are used to share this information between venues.

• Handling, packing and transport
This module will introduce delegates to the principles of handling objects for tour. Key considerations and different methods of packing will be covered. If time and facilities permit the session can also include practical handling of objects.

• Audience development and maximising impact
Real case studies will be used to show how touring exhibitions can be used to involve and attract new audiences. Delegates will be given exhibition examples to discuss in groups and share creative ideas for maximising the impact of touring exhibitions.

• Evaluation
Introduction to the importance of evaluation and different approaches and methods to use.

BEGINNING TO TOUR
Introduces the principles and practices of producing touring exhibitions. The session is aimed at people who want to start to tour exhibitions or develop their knowledge or this area of work. A full or half day session can be created from the following modules:

• Tour packs
Delegates will review information produced by tour organisers (tour packs) to market exhibitions to hirers and assess their usefulness. Through group discussion a list of key information for tour packs will be produced. Delegates will actively think through the information that should be included in tour packs for specific exhibitions.

• Marketing exhibitions and finding venues
Different ways of communicating with potential venues will be introduced and the best approach for specific exhibitions discussed.

• Caring for objects, lenders and makers
Delegates will discuss the key information to consider before touring specific objects and working with lenders and makers of objects. This will include environmental conditions, security, packing and transport.

• Assessing suitability of venues
Using real examples of exhibitions and facilities reports delegates will actively assess whether venues are suitable and consider what questions might need to be asked, or considered on site visits in order to assess this further.

• Funding touring exhibitions
Through active discussion of case studies different funding models and sources will be discussed alongside the best approach to funding applications (this can be focused to suit the type of venues participating). A practical exercise will require delegates to draft an exhibition fundraising plan. A list of resources and further reading would be included in delegate packs.

• Responsibilities and agreements
Delegates will be able to view real examples of agreements for touring exhibitions between institutions and lenders, producers and hirers, artists and producers. They will think through the key information to include and the best approach to contract negotiation.

• Evaluation
The importance of effective evaluation and what it can be used for will be outlined. Real case studies will enable delegates to actively review and assess the impact of actual evaluation methods.

COST AND BOOKING
The cost of a day training session will be £40 for TEG members and £60 for non-members.

Find out about the benefits of being a TEG member: http://www.teg.org.uk/index.php?id=5

For group bookings, prices for half day or modular sessions or to discuss your specific training needs please email seminars@teg.org.uk

30 Jul 2013
Professional Development Opportunity- deadline 22 August
In response to a survey of members and a pilot training session TEG is launching two new training sessions; The Principles of Touring Exhibitions and Beginning to Tour.

We are looking for professionals who are interested in delivering training sessions to attend a free induction day for trainers. Our aim is to create a bank of trainers who can deliver future sessions in different areas of the UK; reasonable travel expenses and a nominal fee will be paid for all sessions delivered.

To attend the induction day you should have a good knowledge of producing and hiring touring exhibitions and be able to share your own case studies. The induction day will cover the main training modules and different methods for learning. Places on the induction day are free but limited.

If you are interested in this professional development opportunity please send a statement of interest (no more than 250 words) outlining how your experience and knowledge would enable you to successfully deliver training on touring exhibitions. Please state if you have any specific interest and/ or particular case studies you would draw on and in what region of the UK you are based. This should be emailed to seminars@teg.org.uk by Thursday 22 August. If you would like more information please email seminars@teg.org.uk  or call Alice Lobb on 020 7942 2237.

If you or someone you know is interested in receiving either of the two training sessions please email seminars@teg.org.uk 
4 May 2012
TEG Marketplace 2012
More than 100 delegates attended our 2012 Marketplace hosted by National Museums Scotland on FRIDAY 27 APRIL at the redeveloped National Museum of Scotland in Chambers Street, Edinburgh.  As well as finding and promoting new exhibitions, delegates were able to take part in a lively programme of seminars and tours. The day was buzzing and inspiring with very positive feedback from delegates who enjoyed meeting new contacts, discovering the diversity of exhibitions on offer at the Marketplace and exploring the stunning venue.  A report will be posted soon on the Marketplace page.
If you are not a TEG member but would like to receive updates about networking opportunities offered through TEG, you can subscribe to our events mailing list at the Contacts page.
4 May 2012
Results of TEG Survey: Your Training Needs

Thanks to all respondents to TEG's recent survey on training needs with regard to exhibitions and touring. Our objective is to identify the needs of the sector and then begin to shape TEG's training provision to meet those needs. Responses to the Survey was an item of special business at the AGM at the Edinburgh Marketplace on 27 April 2012. TEG members were thanked for taking the time to fill in the survey, and Emily Allen, Charlotte Dew, Karen Lewis and Claire Longrigg were thanked for their work on the survey. The Committee now envisaged that a small working group would analyse the results, and members were asked to contact Emily Allen (see Contacts webpage) if they had expertise they would like to share and if they would like to join this group. Results and recommendations will be announced in a forthcoming e-newsletter.

Marketplace


TEG MARKETPLACE 2016
Bradford, Thursday 12 - Friday 13 May

TEG’s next annual Marketplace will be held in Bradford on Thursday 12 – Friday 13 May 2016. (Please note that this is an adjustment from the dates announced in the Autumn 2015 issue of Exchange circulated to members in September. We apologise for any confusion caused.)

The event will include a Pre-Marketplace Seminar on the theme of Working in Partnership on the afternoon of 12 May (see below). Participants will also be able to join in a programme of visits to exhibitions and venues in Bradford followed by an informal dinner with fellow delegates at a city centre restaurant. The Marketplace will be held at Cartwright Hall Art Gallery between 11.00 and 16.30 on 13 May, enabling providers and hirers of touring exhibitions to get together to discuss their projects, venues and ideas and build new contacts and partnerships. There will also be opportunities during the day to tour the Gallery’s current exhibitions. See below for details of the schedule.

Cartwright Hall. Photo: Norman Taylor

Online booking is now available - please see the booking information below and click on the link beneath it to access the booking form. 

Note: If you've not been to a TEG Marketplace before and are wondering whether to attend for the first time this year, see 'Marketplace: The key date in your diary' in the Spring 2015 issue of Exchange (pages 4-5) for answers to some common questions. 

Programme

THURSDAY 12 MAY 2016 

11.30-13.00 National Media Museum
www.nationalmediamuseum.org.uk 
Tour of collections, stores and open storage (Insight Research Centre) led by Michael Terwey, Head of Collections and Exhibitions
Plus opportunity to view current temporary exhibition: Gathered Leaves by Alec Soth with exhibition coordinator Kate Davies.
*Note: 35 places available. You will be able to register in advance for the tours via a link circulated with the delegate information two weeks in advance of the event.

13.30-16.30 Braford City Hall, Centenary Square
Pre-Marketplace Seminar: Working in Partnership


TEG's recent Economics of Touring Exhibitions research provided a valuable insight into current touring exhibitions practice and highlighted a strong desire amongst UK museums and galleries to work together in partnership more. The benefits of touring in partnership outweigh the challenges; venues are likely to be secured further in advance, resources, expertise and risk are shared and funding that would not otherwise be available can be accessed.

With an aim to support increased partnership working in the sector, this afternoon seminar will share findings from TEG's research, provide different examples of successful models for partnership touring, provide up-to-date information on funding that will support working in partnership to tour and an opportunity to network with UK organisations.

Speakers include: Craig Ashley, Visual Arts Producer, MAC, Birmingham; Charlotte Dew, TEG Researcher; Dawn Henderby, Arts Officer, Gracefield Arts Centre, Dumfries, and Diana A Sykes, Director, Fife Contemporary Art &Craft, St Andrews, representing the Scottish Touring Exhibitions Consortium; Gemma Levett, Head of Touring Exhibitions, Science Museum Group; Natalie Tacq, Project Coordinator: National Programmes, British Museum; as well as funding updates from Arts Council England and The Heritage Lottery Fund.

Drinks will be served on arrival at 13:30.

TEG's Economics of Touring Exhibitions programme is supported by                 

           

                   




Booking note: If you wish to attend the Seminar, please indicate the number of places required in the relevant section of the Marketplace booking form. Places at the seminar are limited to a maximum of 60 and will therefore be offered in the first instance to Marketplace delegates only and allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. Fees are £30 for members and £40 non-members.


17.00 Impressions Gallery                     
http://www.impressions-gallery.com  

Evening reception, sponsored by TEG corporate member Jayhawk Fine Art Transportation.

                                       

www.jayhawkfineart.com

Wine and nibbles provided. All Marketplace delegates welcome.

Including a visit to Impressions Gallery's current exhibition: Passion: Maud Sulter.

Maud Sulter (1960–2008) was an award-winning artist, writer and curator of Ghanian and Scottish heritage. Her work looks at the visual imagery of Black women and emphasises long-standing connections between Africa and Europe. This exhibition is the first detailed examination of Sulter’s work including collages, photomontages and unseen work from Sulter’s archive.
An Autograph ABP / Street Level Photoworks partnership, in association with TrAIN (Transnational Art and Nation)


 



19.30 Dinner at Mumtaz restaurant
http://www.mumtaz.co.uk/locations/bradford.php  
Please email Sonja.Kielty@bradford.gov.uk by Thursday 5 May if you wish to join fellow delegates for an informal evening meal.


FRIDAY 13 MAY 2016

Cartwright Hall Art Gallery
http://www.bradfordmuseums.org/venues/cartwright-hall-art-gallery  

09.30
Arrival and Registration for standholders
10.30 Arrival and Registration, non-standholders
10.30 Morning refreshments
11.00 Opening and welcome by Maggie Pedley, Museums Manager, Bradford
11.10-16.30 Network to source or promote the latest touring exhibitions

11.15-12.15 & 14.00-15.20 (times tbc) Arts Council England Surgeries - Strategic Touring Programme applications
The Arts Council’s Strategic Touring programme enables creative organisations, museums and galleries to work in partnership to commission, programme and tour excellent art activities. The fund supports the touring of exciting and engaging artistic work to a variety of venues which reach new audiences across the country. Jess Farmer, Relationship Manager, Touring, ACE North, and Gill Greaves, Relationship Manager, Museums, ACE Yorkshire, will be available at the TEG Marketplace to provide individual guidance on submitting applications to the Strategic Touring fund. Delegates who have a project they would like to talk through at the Arts Council table are advised to pre-book a time slot (20 mins) at the registration desk on arrival at the Marketplace.

12.15-12.30 TEG AGM (all welcome, TEG members only for voting)

12.30-13.15 Ideas Forum
A series of informal presentations delivered by you, TEG members, who have an idea for a new touring exhibition. It's a chance to share and hear projects in the early stages of development in a supportive environment– perhaps you are seeking partners, host venues, or organisations who can lend exhibits to you to complement your idea? You may be seeking an expert in a particular field, someone to share a funding proposal, anything in fact in the planning of a touring exhibition. As an audience member you will be one of the first to find out about a new exhibition idea or opportunity.

We’re offering five to ten minutes of time to organisations and individuals who would like to share a proposal. If you are interested in this opportunity please send us up to three images and 200 words describing your presentation. This shouldn’t be a sales pitch for an existing exhibition, but a new project you are looking to move forward. It may only be a tiny idea at the moment, but we can help it grow.

Email your proposal and images to seminars@teg.org.uk by 31 March and we’ll confirm your slot by 29 April.

13.15-14.00
Lunch

14.30-14.55 *Gallery Tour 1: India’s Gateway: Gujarat, Mumbai & Britain
Tim Smith, freelance photographer, film-maker & curator with Nilesh Mistry, International Art Curator, BMG
India’s Gateway traces the history of Gujarat and Mumbai as age-old centres of trade and migration, focusing on their remarkable links with Britain. Featuring photographs and film shot in India by Tim Smith and Indian film-makers Amit Madheshiya and Shirley Abraham, the exhibition weaves history together with words and images that explore the lives and experiences of Gujarati communities today.
Produced by Oriental Arts and Tim Smith. Supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England. Sponsored by award-winning Yorkshire restaurant Prashad.

15.00-15.25 *Gallery Tour 2: David Hepher – Paintings
Amie Conway, Director, Flowers Gallery, and Sonja Kielty, Curator Exhibitions, BMG
A partnership exhibition with Flowers Gallery will bring a retrospective survey of Hepher’s paintings to Bradford. Works by Hepher held in BMG’s Fine Art Collection will also be on show. Hepher's subject matter, ranging from near life-size suburban house-fronts to monumental tower-blocks, allies him with the avant-garde and a cutting-edge force in painting. Flowers Gallery has been associated with his work since Angela Flowers opened her first gallery in 1970 and has exhibited his work at home and abroad ever since.
Also on show:
Cellar Gallery: Angie Rogers – This World Of Wet And Of Wildness
A celebration of the cycle of life featuring woodcut prints and drawings in the form of dioramas, artist's books and sculptural pieces. Informed by the dramatic landscape near her home in the upper Calder Valley. Her responses are informed by a deep knowledge derived from decades of walking in the South Pennines.
You can follow the progress of Angie's work on her blog www.tumblinghills.com

15.15-15.40 Afternoon refreshments

15.35-16.00 *Gallery Tour 3: Celebrating Ganesha
Natalie Tacq, Project Coordinator: National Programmes, British Museum and Nilesh Mistry, International Art Curator, BMG
The British Museum’s Spotlight tour Celebrating Ganesha is touring across seven venues in the UK as part of the British Museum’s National Programmes. The elephant-headed Ganesha is one of the most popular Hindu gods - the creator and remover of obstacles. A beautiful stone sculpture of Ganesha is at the heart of this exhibition. Carved from schist in Orissa (recently renamed Odisha) around 800 years ago, this statue of Ganesha was originally positioned in a niche on the outer face of a Hindu temple. Standing on a lotus pedestal, Ganesha is depicted with a lion mask above his head, snakes as anklets and his rat ‘vahana’, his vehicle, at his feet. The display brings this sculpture together with other depictions of Ganesha in order to explore his role as a figure of public celebration and private devotion in India and around the world.

*Note: 40 places are available on each gallery tour. You will be able to register in advance for the tours via a link circulated with the delegate information two weeks in advance of the event.

16.30-17.00 Close of Marketplace and dismantling of stands

With thanks to our host

 

 

BOOKING INFORMATION

Delegate fees include lunch and refreshments on Friday 13 May.

Marketplace (not including Pre-Marketplace Seminar)
TEG members: £40 (Additional delegates from the same organisation £35)
Stand booking fee: £50
TEG Corporate members (commercial businesses): £240 (includes stand and up to four company representatives)

Non-members: £80
Why not
join TEG to benefit from our activities and services throughout the year AND make an instant 50% saving on your Marketplace delegate fee?

Pre-Marketplace seminar fees (if you also wish to attend the seminar on 12 May, please indicate the number of places required in the relevant box on the booking form):
TEG members: £30
Non-members: £40

Full delegate information will be sent to the main contact email supplied on the booking form approximately two weeks before the event.
Please note that booking amendments will normally be subject to a £10 administration fee and that no refunds can be made for bookings cancelled less than two weeks before the event.

BOOK NOW

Booking deadlines:
Stall bookings - Friday 29 April (subject to availability)
Wednesday 4 May if a stall is not required

Invite your touring exhibition contacts and colleagues to join us at Marketplace! Please download our Marketplace e-flyer and forward it on.


Accommodation in Bradford
Delegates are requested to make their own arrangements for overnight accommodation as required. Suggested hotels are listed below. All are within 10 minutes walk from Bradford Interchange station, apart from Midland which is about 20 mins, but 10 mins from Bradford Forster Square station. **Note: Delegates are advised by Bradford Tourism to book early as it's the weekend after the opening of The Broadway and some of the shop fitters will still be around.

Victoria Hotel 
http://www.victoriabradford.co.uk/
They can offer a £50 bed and breakfast rate. Speak to Asma, reservations, to quote TEG Marketplace.

Bradford Hotel
http://thebradfordhotel.com/ 
£55 bed and breakfast, if you quote TEG Marketplace when booking.

Midland Hotel
http://www.peelhotels.co.uk/hotels/midland-hotel-bradford-yorkshire-england/  
£85 per night for 2 people or £70 per night single with B&B.

Jury's Inn
https://www.jurysinns.com/hotels/bradford?tmad=c&tmcampid=52&tmplaceref=e&tmclickref=jurys%20inn%20bradford&gclid=CM-5zILtzsgCFQQTwwodQrYO-Q

Other exhibitions on show at Bradford Museums & Galleries
At the Industrial Museum, http://www.bradfordmuseums.org/venues/bradford-industrial-museum, we will have the fab touring show from 20/21 Visual Arts Centre in Scunthorpe, Beastly Machines: Kinetic Sculptures by Johnny White
Beastly Machines is a collection of mechanical sculptures by Derbyshire based artist Johnny White.
The work is humorous and interactive, and is influenced by current affairs, media stories and plays on words, all portrayed by a host of animals and mythical creatures.


 

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Marketplace 2013 CardiffTEG MARKETPLACE 2015
Hampshire, Thursday 16 - Friday 17 April

PROGRAMME

Pre-Marketplace Seminar
Thursday 16 April, 13.30-16.30
Winchester Discovery Centre, Hampshire


Economics of Touring Exhibitions - Models for Practice
Touring exhibitions maximise an organisation's impact and reach, enabling partnership working and best use of financial and intellectual resources. Within a funding environment that demands flexibility and resilience, touring can enable and enhance high-quality exhibitions and deliver greater access to collections. This seminar will look at different sources of funding and models for producing touring exhibitions.

Arts Council England (ACE) will provide information on their Strategic Touring fund, designed to encourage collaboration between organisations, so that more people across England experience and are inspired by arts.

An ACE Strategic Touring grant awarded to a partnership of three galleries – 20-21 Visual Arts Centre in Scunthorpe, Darts - Doncaster Community Arts, and The Civic, Barnsley – has supported the development of an exhibition of work by children’s book illustrator, Nick Sharratt. The Civic's Exhibition Curator David Sinclair will reflect on his experience of delivering this ACE-funded project and the consortium’s approach to working together.

The Art Fund will present 'Art Happens', their crowdfunding platform that offers UK museums and galleries the opportunity to work with the Art Fund to raise funds and reach a wider audience. A member of the Art Happens team will talk about how the platform works and the support available to participating museums.

Nick Suffolk, Head of Public Programmes for Hampshire Cultural Trust, will introduce the Trust and explore touring models that have been employed across the wide variety of venues in its portfolio.

1330 - 1400: Arrive / Coffee / Introductions
1400 - 1410: TEG welcome and introduction to 'Models of Practice' research
1410 - 1440: ACE funding opportunities- Jill Brown, Relationship Manager, Touring, ACE Midlands
1440 - 1500: Delivering a Strategic Touring Programme Project- David Sinclair, The Civic, Barnsley
1500 - 1515: Questions
1515 - 1530: Break / Tea
1530 - 1550: Crowdsourcing: Art Fund Art Happens Programme
1530 - 1610: Hampshire Museums Trust Touring Programme - Nick Suffolk, Hampshire Museums Trust
1610 - 1630: Discussion/Questions
1630 - 1645: Exhibition tour: ‘Trash to Treasure’, a touring exhibition in collaboration with Winchester Action against Climate Change (WinACC) and Winchester City Council in the Cityspace Gallery at Winchester Discovery Centre - Neil Thomson, Knowtrash, www.knowtrash.com

Marketplace 2013 Cardiff talkPre-Marketplace Tour
Thursday 16 April 2015
18.00 John Hansard Gallery, Southampton
 
Stephen Foster, Director, will provide a tour of the Uriel Orlow ‘Unmade Film’ exhibition.
http://www.hansardgallery.org.uk/
Drinks and nibbles will be provided.
60 places available.
Early access available, as the gallery will be kept open after 17.00.
Directions: From the bus stop situated outside the exit on Platform 4 at Central Station, take the U1A or U1W (destination the Airport or Wessex Lane Halls respectively) to the Highfield Interchange on the University Highfield campus (http://www.unilinkbus.co.uk/service.shtml?serviceid=1281). The campus map shows where the Interchange and Gallery are – the Interchange is behind the Nuffield Theatre (building 6); the John Hansard Gallery is at the extreme left (building 50) next to the Turner Sims Concert Hall (building 52).

19.30 Dinner at La Tavernetta
http://www.latavernetta.co.uk/
Please contact Claire Longrigg by Tuesday 7 April if you are interested in having an informal evening meal with fellow delegates in Southampton city centre: claire.longrigg@hullcc.gov.uk.


 
Friday 17 April, 10.00-16.30
Southampton City Art Gallery

This year’s Marketplace will be accompanied by tours of exhibitions on show in the Art Gallery and adjacent Sea City Museum, plus a new forum for updates on TEG members’ latest plans and developments.
 
Southampton Art GalleryProgramme - 17 April

10.00
Arrival and Registration for standholders
10.30 Arrival and Registration, non-standholders
10.30 Morning refreshments
11.00 Opening and welcome by Steve Newell, Customer Services Manager, Southampton City Council

11.10-16.30 Network 1:1 to source or promote the latest touring exhibitions

11.20-12.40 & 14.30-15.20 Arts Council England Surgeries - Strategic Touring Programme applications (*see note below)

12.15 -12.45 Southampton City Art Gallery, galleries 1 - 4.
Jessica Whitfield, Exhibitions Officer, will provide a tour of the exhibition ARTIST ROOMS: Louise Bourgeois, A Woman Without Secrets
http://www.southampton.gov.uk/libraries-museums/art-gallery/bourgeois.aspx
30 places available

13.00-14.00 Lunch 

14.00-14.30
Lecture Theatre - TEG AGM (all welcome, TEG members only for voting)
14.30-15.00 Lecture Theatre - Ideas Forum - *PROPOSALS INVITED - SEE BELOW*
15.00-15.10 Lecture Theatre
Tim Gardom, Director of City-Insights Ltd and TGAC Ltd, will provide a talk about multimedia engagement with touring exhibition audiences http://city-insights.com/ 

15.25-15.40
Afternoon refreshments

15.40-16.25 Sea City Museum, Pavilion

Dan Matthews, Lead Exhibitions Officer will provide a talk about Sea City Museums’ exhibition space and give a short introduction to War Games, a touring exhibition from the V & A Museum of Childhood.
http://www.seacitymuseum.co.uk/
15 places available

16.25-16.50 Sea City Museum, Titanic Story gallery
Tim Gardom, Director of City-Insights Ltd and TGAC Ltd will give a guided tour of the Gateway and Southampton's Titanic Story galleries, describing the creative development and delivery of the exhibits. 15 places available
 
16.30-17.00 Close of Marketplace and dismantling of stands
17.00 Close of City Art Gallery and Sea City Museum 

*Arts Council England Surgeries – Strategic Touring Programme application information and advice
The Arts Council’s Strategic Touring programme enables creative organisations, museums and galleries to work in partnership to commission, programme and tour excellent art activities. The fund supports the touring of exciting and engaging artistic work to a variety of venues which reach new audiences across the country. Jill Brown, Relationship Manager, Touring, ACE Midlands, and Phil Butterworth, Relationship Manager, Touring, ACE South West, will be available at the TEG Marketplace to provide individual guidance on submitting applications to the Strategic Touring fund. Delegates who have a project they would like to talk through at the Arts Council table are advised to pre-book a time slot (20 mins) at the registration desk on arrival at the Marketplace.

IDEAS FORUM
At this year’s Marketplace, TEG is hosting a new ‘Ideas’ session. This will be a series of quick fire, informal presentations delivered by you, TEG members, who have an idea for a new touring exhibition. This should be in the early stages of development – perhaps you are seeking partners, host venues, or organisations who can lend exhibits to you to complement your idea? You may be seeking an expert in a particular field, someone to share a funding proposal, anything in fact in the planning of a touring exhibition. What better location than the TEG Marketplace to get all those captive touring exhibitions specialists on your side?
We’re offering 5 minutes of time to organisations and individuals who can send us proposals (subject to demand!). Please send us up to 3 images and 200 words describing what your presentation will be. This shouldn’t be a sales pitch for an existing exhibition, but a new development you are looking to move forward. It may only be a tiny idea at the moment, but we can help it grow.
We’ll be working in the lecture theatre at Southampton City Art Gallery, so there is scope to show images, but it’s not necessary.

With thanks to our Marketplace and Seminar hosts

                    

 

 

 

MARKETPLACE 2014
Thursday 22 May, 10.30-16.30
The Discovery Museum, Newcastle-upon-Tyne 
       

TEG is delighted that our next annual Marketplace will be hosted by Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums and held at the Discovery Museum on 22 May 2014. The Marketplace was last held in Newcastle in 2007 when delegates enjoyed opportunities to network with colleagues from organisations throughout the UK with the splendid architecture of the Discovery Museum’s Great Hall providing an impressive backdrop. We hope to see many familiar faces returning to this spacious and popular venue as well as welcoming all our newer members who will be joining us in the north-east for the first time.

Pre Marketplace Tours
Wednesday 21 May 2014
13.00
Great North Museum
Dr Sarah Glynn, Museum Manager and Lindsey Bruce, Exhibitions Officer will provide a tour of the permanent galleries and the Magic Worlds touring exhibition. 20 places available

15.00 Laing Art Gallery
Marie-Therese Mayne, Assistant Keeper of Art & Sarah Richardson, Keeper of Art will deliver a tour of two exhibitions: Turner & Constable: Sketching from Nature and Paintings of World
War 1. 20 places available

17.00 Seven Stories, National Centre for Children’s Books
Gillian Rennie, Senior Curator & Alison Fisher, Exhibitions Curator will give a tour of two exhibitions: Moving Stories Children’s Books from Page to Screen and Picturebook in Progress
20 places available

18.30 Drinks at The Cluny
http://www.thecluny.com/

19.30 Dinner on Quayside
Please contact Nicola Newton by Tuesday 13 May if you are interested in having an informal evening meal with fellow delegates in Newcastle’s Quayside: Nicola@bluetokay.co.uk.

Note: You will be able to book in advance for the pre-Marketplace tours on 21 May and the Museum tours on 22 May via a link circulated with the delegate information two weeks in advance of the event.

Programme - 22 May
10.00 Arrival and Registration for standholders
10.30 Arrival and Registration, non-standholders
10.30 Morning refreshments
11.00 Opening and welcome by Carolyn Ball, Discovery Museum Manager
11.10-16.15 Network 1:1 to source or promote the latest touring exhibitions
12.00-12.25 Museum Tour A - Destination Tyneside gallery led by Alex Boyd, WW1 Project Coordinator
12.30-12.45 TEG AGM (all welcome, TEG members only for voting)
12.45-13.30 Lunch
14.00-14.25 Seminar 1 (see details below)
14.45-15.00 Afternoon refreshments
15.00-15.25 Seminar 2 (see details below)
15.30-16.00 Museum Tour B - Tyne & Wear Archives: Behind the Scenes 
16.30 Close of Marketplace

Seminar 1
‘An Archivist in a Museum World’
Carolyn Ball, Discovery Museum and Archives Manager, Tyne & Wear Archives & Museums
Chair: Jason Williamson, Exhibition Manager, Aberdeen Art Gallery & Museums
An Archivist’s perspective on how archive material can be used to enhance exhibitions and stimulate debate. With recent examples from Discovery Museum including Destination Tyneside and Toon Times.

Seminar 2
'Exhibitions and Learning – Revealing the Archive’
Dominique Gardner, Exhibitions Officer, and Hannah Clipson, Community Learning Officer, British Postal Museum & Archive
Chair: Sonja Kielty, Curator (Exhibitions), Bradford Museums & Galleries

                               

  



MARKETPLACE 2013
Monday 22 April, 11.30-17.00
National Museum Cardiff

The TEG Committee is grateful to staff at Amgueddfa Genedlaethol Caerdydd – National Museum Cardiff – for their help in compiling an exciting programme for our Marketplace on Monday 22 April 2013. Our annual networking event offered delegates opportunities to promote and discover new touring exhibitions, take part in a varied seminar and discussion programme, and join tours of the venue's new contemporary art wing and archaeology gallery. 

Delegates able to stay in Cardiff later into the evening or overnight enjoyed an accompanying programme of visits to galleries throughout the city. We would like to thank Chapter, G39,  Butetown History & Arts Centre, Craft in the Bay and Wales Millennium Centre for their kind hospitality.


22 April: Panel discussion sessions at the Marketplace
(1) Strategic Partnerships
Discussions centred around developing partnerships internationally from the perspective of small organisations partnering with larger ones, looking at the motivations for working internationally, what we gain from it and how to go about it.
Speakers:
Amanda Farr, Director, Oriel Davies, on Welsh partnerships and working with Wales in Venice 2013
Delphine Allier, British Council, on international strategic projects
Tony Trehy, Arts & Museums Manager, Bury Museums on the International Touring Exhibitions Group’s first exhibition, ‘Toward Modernity: Three Centuries of British Art’, shown in Beijing, Shenyang and Nanchang

(2) Audience Development
This session looked at a variety of projects that have used a range of methods, including the creation of temporary and touring exhibitions alongside media and outreach projects, to attract different audience segments and enhance visitor involvement and engagement.
Chair: Louise Hesketh, TEG Chair & Visual Arts Development Officer, The Brindley
Speakers:
Nick Beasley, Chief Executive, Audiences Wales
Sarah Greenhalgh on National Museum Wales’ ‘Bling!’ project
Rachel Escott, Audience Development Consultant, Creative Communications
Karen MacKinnon, Exhibitions Officer, Glynn Vivian Art Gallery, on the Exhibitionists project, a 4-part competition in collaboration with TV

Some of the presentations from the discussion sessions are available for TEG members to download from the Seminar Papers page.  

 

MARKETPLACE 2012
Friday 27 April, 1030-1600
National Museum of Scotland, Edinburgh


TEG's 2012 Marketplace was hosted by National Museums Scotland at the redeveloped National Museum of Scotland in Chambers Street, Edinburgh. As well as taking advantage of the networking opportunities offered by the Marketplace to discover new touring exhibitions and form partnerships and collaborations, delegates were able to explore the Museum’s exciting new galleries and displays and take part in a varied seminar and discussion programme on Touring Partnerships.
The event proved to be an inspiring day for everyone involved and TEG is grateful to the staff of National Museums Scotland for the effort and care they put into making the Marketplace so successful.
Image courtesy of National Museums Scotland

This year’s programme included:
• Opening and welcome by Dr Gordon Rintoul, Director of National Museums Scotland
• TEG member stands featuring new and current touring exhibitions to hire, plus the latest on display and installation from our corporate members
- Tours and visits to exhibitions in Edinburgh on 26 & 27 April (see below)

Touring Partnerships Seminars:
- National Museums Scotland on their National Partnerships Programme, speaker: Jilly Burns, National Partnerships Manager
- The Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh on future touring projects, speaker: Elinor Gallant, Exhibitions Officer
- Dovecot Studios' upcoming centenary year touring exhibition, speakers: Gráinne Rice/ Catriona Baird

Programme - 27 April:
10.00 Arrival and Registration for standholders
10.30 Arrival and Registration, non-standholders
10.30 Morning refreshments
11.00 Opening and welcome by Dr Gordon Rintoul, Director of National Museums Scotland
11.15-16.00 Network 1:1 to source or promote the latest touring exhibitions
13.00-13.15 TEG AGM (TEG members only)
13.15-14.00 Lunch
14.00 - 16.00 Seminar programme: Touring Partnerships
16.00 Close of Marketplace

Plus tours of:
- 11.30 & 15.30 (45 mins) National Museum of Scotland, led by Maureen Barrie, NMS Exhibitions Officer
- 12.00-12.45 Talbot Rice Gallery of the University of Edinburgh, led by Pat Fisher, Principal Curator
- 14.00-14.45 Skin Deep exhibition at the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, led by Christopher Henry, Director of Heritage

Pre-Marketplace events - 26 April
• 13.00-13.45 Tour of Dovecot Studios’ weaving floor and galleries
• 15.00-16.00 Tour of the Sol Le Witt ARTIST ROOM exhibition,
   Christopher Ganley,Learning Coordinator ARTIST ROOMS, Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art One
• 17.00-17.45 Tour of the Luke Fowler exhibition at Inverleith House, led by Paul Nesbitt, Curator
   • 18.30-20.30 Private view of Locating the Nest at the Royal Botanic Garden Edinburgh
   

 

 

 

 

 

 


MARKETPLACE 2011: Monday 11 April, 1000-1600
The British Museum, London

Accompanied by a seminar on how the current financial climate is affecting the touring exhibitions sector

Our 2011 Marketplace was held on Monday 11 April at the British Museum.  As usual, the Marketplace provided an ideal opportunity for everyone involved in touring exhibitions to get up to date with the latest developments in the touring exhibitions sector, catch up on recent developments in
display and design, meet exhibition suppliers face to face, and network with other exhibitions experts. 

 

Delegates also had the opportunity to visit the British Museum's stunning collections and new galleries and exhibitions.

 


Programme
:

10.00 Arrival and Registration for standholders
10.30 Arrival and Registration, non-standholders
10.30 Morning refreshments
11.00 Opening and welcome by Andrew Burnett, Deputy Director of the British Museum
11.15-16.00 Network 1:1 to source or promote the latest touring exhibitions
13.00-13.15 TEG AGM (TEG members only)
13.15-14.00 Lunch

14.00 Start of seminar programme: Touring in the New Financial Climate
           14:00 Impact of budget cuts and developments in MLA/ACE, Speaker: Roy Clare CEO MLA
           14:30 Results of the TEG seminar survey, the current financial climate and its impact on TEG
                      members, Speakers: Andy Horn (TEG),and Cynthia Morrison-Bell (Art Circuit)
           15:00 The British Museum in the UK: developing a sustainable national programme,
                       Speaker: Frances Benton, The British Museum
15.30 Seminar programme concludes
15.30-16.00 Visit to the British Museum's current Objects in Focus exhibition: the Sikh Fortress Turban
Introduction by Caroline Ingham, Senior Exhibitions Designer
16.00 Close of Marketplace

Marketplace photos (c) Sophie Mutevelian

 About our host:

The British Museum was founded in 1753, the first national public museum in the world. From the beginning it granted free admission to all 'studious and curious persons'. Visitor numbers have grown from around 5,000 a year in the eighteenth century to nearly 6 million today.  Information about the Museum's collections, exhibitions and visiting can be found at: http://www.britishmuseum.org.

Image right: Copyright of the Trustees of the British Museum. 

 

 

 

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Prevous Marketplaces:

MARKETPLACE 2010: FRIDAY 19 MARCH, LEEDS CITY MUSEUM 

Our 2010 Marketplace was very successful with about 120 delegates from 72 different organisations contributing to the buzzing atmosphere of the Arena and the accompanying programme of lively and informative seminars.  TEG is very grateful to Leeds City Museum for hosting the event and for giving delegates the opportunity to enjoy a tour of the Museum and the nearby Art Gallery.

The event also celebrated TEG’s 25th birthday and it was good to see many familiar faces as well as welcoming several new members who were attending a Marketplace for the first time.  The winner of our birthday booking prize was Katherine Weldon of East Lothian Council Museums Service, who received a  bottle of champagne kindly donated by TESS Demountable.


For full details of the Marketplace seminar programme and summaries of the sessions, see the Seminars page. 


Leeds City Museum logo - Host of Marketplace 2010


 


 

 

About our host:

Leeds City Museum: Leeds’ exciting and much anticipated state-of-the-art City Museum opened its doors on 13 September 2008. The impressive museum, converted from the historic listed former Civic Institute building in Millennium Square, is spread over four floors, with five major galleries, a central arena and special exhibitions space while a purpose-built discovery centre is also located near Clarence Dock. It is the first purpose-built home for Leeds's artefacts since bombing in 1941 damaged the city’s original museum on Park Lane.

 

MARKETPLACE 2008Marketplace 2008, Merseyside Maritime Museum
Friday 21 November
Merseyside Maritime Museum

Marketplace 2008 was hosted by National Museums Liverpool and held in Merseyside Maritime Museum.

As well as promoting their available touring exhibitions and/or finding exhibitions to hire, delegates had the opportunity to attend the seminar programme in the format of a series of presentations and talks highlighting collaborative exhibitions and practical issues.  They were also able to follow 800 years of Liverpool's history in a guided visit to the Magical History Tour exhibition and also to join a tour of the International Slavery Museum.

 

 


About our host:Marketplace 2008 - Networking
National Museums and Galleries on Merseyside was established as a national museum in 1986 because of the outstanding quality of its collections and in 2003 changed its name to National Museums Liverpool. Its origins go back to 1851 and the founding of Liverpool Museum. Today there are seven National Museums Liverpool venues, together attracting 2 million visitors in 2007.

Merseyside Maritime Museum (www.liverpoolmuseums.org.uk/maritime)
Collections reflect the vitality and importance of the port of Liverpool and its role in world history. At the museum you can see a variety of objects associated with nautical archaeology and the social and commercial history of the port. Highlights include ship models, maritime paintings, colourful posters from the golden age of liners and even some full sized vessels. The Merseyside Maritime Museum is also home to the International Slavery Museum. 

Euro 2008 capital of culture logo
 National Museums Liverpool logo

  

http://www.liverpoolmuseums.org.uk/
http://www.liverpoolmuseums.org.uk/maritime/
http://www.liverpoolmuseums.org.uk/maritime/visit/index.aspx
http://www.liverpoolmuseums.org.uk/maritime/exhibitions/magical/
http://www.liverpoolmuseums.org.uk/ism/

 

To view reports of other previous Marketplaces, please download the documents below:TEG Marketplace 2007 in the Great Hall of the Discovery Museum, Newcastle

2007
Discovery Museum, Newcastle-upon-Tyne (Word, 116KB)
(Click here for pdf with images, 3.2MB)

2006
Rugby Museum and Art Gallery (Word)

2005
Millennium Galleries, Sheffield (Word)

2004
Glasgow, at the Collins Gallery.

2003
Birmingham (Word)

2002Marketplace 2000 in the Guildhall, Bath
The National Portrait Gallery on 18 September

2001
Tullie House,  Carlisle (Word)
(Report by the sponsor, Panelock Systems Ltd)

2000
Guildhall, Bath (Word)

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