As the UK’s only touring exhibitions exchange and networking event, TEG’s annual Marketplace is a unique opportunity for exhibition providers and hirers in museums, galleries, art and science centres and other public-sector venues UK-wide to get together to discuss projects and share ideas.
Our next Marketplace is now open for booking. For full details of the event please see below. To book click here.
If you've not been to a TEG Marketplace before and are wondering whether to attend for the first time next 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.
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20 April 2017: Pre-Marketplace Seminar
SHARE: The Benefits of Borrowing
The launch event for TEG's new year-long training and mentoring programme Preparing to Borrow, this afternoon seminar will present recent case studies exploring the benefits and approaches to borrowing from nationals and other large museums and galleries, as well as providing an opportunity for you to pose your own questions to a panel of speakers from national and regional organisations.
11.00 Optional tour of the Guildhall Art Gallery.
13.30 Refreshments and networking.
14.00 Welcome and introduction to the Preparing to Borrow programme
from Charlotte Dew, Touring Exhibitions Group.
14.15 Introduction to the Art Fund's new Weston Loans Programme - funding and
supporting loans from National museums.
14.25 Project based presentations on borrowing from nationals and other large
collections from Julie Biddlecombe-Brown, Curator at Durham University,
Clare Pickersgill, Keeper at the University Of Nottingham Museum and
Michael Spender, Museum & Arts Manager at Poole Museum.
15.30 Panel Discussion and Q&A with presenters, who will be join by Liz Johnson,
Senior Project Manager at Arts Council England; Katie Childs, Head of
Partnerships and Stakeholder Relations, Imperial War Museum; Vicky Sall,
Registrar, Science Museum Group and Hannah Kauffman, Deputy Registrar,
Victoria and Albert Museum.
17.00- 18.00 The 5 minute share
The seminar will close with an opportunity for delegates to share information
about their latest and upcoming touring exhibition, loan or partnership projects,
to pose questions, ask for input or to find partners.
18.30 – 20.00 Evening drinks reception at the Barbican and opportunity to see
The Japanese House: Architecture and Life after 1945. All delegates welcome.
Delegates: Members £35; Non-members £45
TEG Marketplace: 21 April 2017, 11.00 – 16.30
09.30-11.00 - Arrival and Registration
10.30 - Refreshments
11.00 - Opening and welcome
11.10-16:30 - Network to source or promote the latest touring exhibitions, and to find partners
12.30 - AGM
13.00 - Lunch
Several tours of the Museum of London’s permanent galleries will be offered during the afternoon – full details and times tbc.
15.15 - Afternoon refreshments
16.30-17.00 - Close of Marketplace
Delegates: Members £45; Non-members £90
Half-stand: £30, limited numbers available
Stands must be booked together with 1 or 2 delegate places.
Corporate stands: Member: £250/Non-member: £360, inclusive of 2 delegate places.
If you would like to book a delegate place or stand, but need to wait until the beginning of the new financial year to make payment, please do get in touch to arrange this: firstname.lastname@example.org
16 bursaries are available to cover the cost of travelling to and attending the TEG Marketplace 2017, as part of the Preparing to Borrow programme. To express an interest in apply for a bursary email email@example.com for more details.
Seminar refreshments sponsored by Imagineear Ltd.
Evening reception generously supported by Jayhawk Fine Art Transportation
With kind thanks to Blue Tokay for sponsoring Marketplace 2017 delegate bags
Marketplace lunch generously sponsored by Momart Ltd.