|Faculty:||Lincoln School of Architecture & Design
|Description:||Design for Exhibition and Museums focuses on the design of narrative environments for commercial exhibitions, events, retail spaces, visitor attractions, and museums. The program specializes in "storytelling," whether for a brand, a collection, or an idea.
Exhibition designers use a multidisciplinary approach that includes aspects of graphic, interior, and interactive design to construct a narrative that acts as an "interpretive bridge" between the client and the audience. The outcome is the creation of interactive, engaging spaces that communicate messages in a memorable and innovative manner. Students have the chance to work on creative briefs for a range of commercial and cultural exhibition projects. This aspect of the course is designed to prepare students for the varied and constantly evolving exhibition industry, and will introduce current theory in spatial design, museology, and marketing. The course is shaped by long-established links with the exhibitions industry, museums, and heritage organizations.