Touring Exhibitions Group
Touring Exhibitions Group – the national network for touring exhibitions
TEG is the professional group in the UK concerned with all aspects of organising and touring exhibitions. We are an independent membership network of galleries, museums, libraries, art and science centres and other organisations committed to exchanging exhibitions as a means of sharing ideas, materials and resources. We aim to tour exhibitions as widely as possible in order to extend public awareness, knowledge and enjoyment of historical and contemporary culture.
Through our website we provide access to:
- The latest exhibitions available to hire through our network of members
- Advice and information on every aspect of developing and touring exhibitions in the Handbook of Touring Exhibitions
- Opportunities for professional development through our seminar programme and annual Marketplace event.
- Links to professional organisations, suppliers and freelance services provided by members.
There are currently more than 200 exhibitions available for touring listed in the Exhibitions database.
Click here to read about membership benefits and to join TEG
Complete the TEG Lending and Borrowing Experiences Survey 2017 and win a Touring Exhibitions Group (TEG) Preparing to Borrow workshop place and travel bursary.
Lending and Borrowing Experiences Survey 2017
The Lending and Borrowing Experiences Survey will take approximately 10 minutes, or less, to complete and will help the us gain a snapshot of loans practice in the UK today; the approaches being taken, as well as the benefits and challenges. The information provided will support TEG to develop it's Arts Council England (ACE) and TESS Demountable funded Preparing to Borrow programme, being delivered with the support of the National Museum Directors' Council (NMDC) and Art Fund. The programme has been devised to support the ACE Ready to Borrowscheme.
Whether your organisation is involved in lending and/or borrowing, or is interested to engage in loans activity in the future, we are keen to receive your feedback. Museums, galleries, heritage sites and arts venues of all types are encouraged to participate. Please pass the link on to your colleagues and contacts.
Your response will be treated in confidence and you can remain anonymous if you wish.
Complete the survey by 31st July 2017 to be entered into a prize draw to win a free place and travel bursary to attend one of our forthcoming Preparing to Borrow workshops. A survey report will be published in autumn 2017.
If you have any questions about the Preparing to Borrow programme, this survey or TEG, please email Charlotte Dew, Programme Manager: firstname.lastname@example.org
Information about the Preparing to Borrow workshops can be found here: www.tegevents.eventbrite.com
Thank you very much for completing the survey and helping TEG to build resources to support the sector.
ICOM UK Travel Bursary Report: American Alliance of Museums (AAM) Annual Meeting, 2016
In May 2016 TEG Researcher Charlotte Dew, attended the AAM Annual Meeting in Washington DC, with support from ICOM UK. In her subsequent report she reflects on the similarities and differences between the UK and USA domestic touring markets and what UK organisations can learn from the approach taken in the UK:
ICOM UK Travel Bursary Report, Charlotte Dew, TEG Researcher, January 2017
New TEG Partnership Agreement Resource and Template.
TEG is pleased to make available a new Partnership Agreement Resource and Template as part of its Economics of Touring Exhibitions programme, produced in collaboration with Cornwall Museums Partnership. The resource provides step-by-step guidance to help you develop your own agreement:
1. TEG Partnership Agreement Resource and Template
2. TEG Partnership Template (customisable Word document)
Touring Exhibitions Group awarded Arts Council England funding for Preparing to Borrow: Approaches to sharing collections training and mentoring programme;
Download the press release (164KB)
New Economics of Touring Exhibitions Resources
In April 2015 the Touring Exhibitions Group (TEG) was awarded £40,000 investment from Arts Council England’s Museum Resilience Fund, to support the delivery of a two-year research and training programme, titled Economics of Touring Exhibitions: Models for Practice, exploring the economics of touring exhibitions in the UK today.
TEG is pleased to make available the following documents in association with this programme:
1. Economics of Touring Exhibitions Survey Report: An Analysis of Touring Exhibitions Practice in the UK, Charlotte Dew, TEG Researcher, April 2016 (PDF, 458 KB)
2. Economics of Touring Exhibitions: Recommendations for Practice, Charlotte Dew, TEG Researcher, April 2016 (PDF, 396 KB)
3. Toolkit: Developing an Economic and Production Strategy for Touring Exhibitions, Charlotte Dew, TEG Researcher, January 2017 (PDF, 718 KB)
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