Tue 14 May 2024 Opinion

30 years of exhibitionism #8: The Drug InfoCentre Hong Kong

I have been an Interpretive Planner for museums around the world for over 30 years. When I started in 1992, the term was rarely used. Family and friends still ask: “What is it exactly that you do?” So I thought I would look back over my 30 years in museums, zoos, aquaria and heritage sites to pick out some of the favourite exhibits that I have worked on as a way of explaining the process of interpretive planning and what it is. Here we look at the site research that went into the development of The Drug InfoCentre Hong Kong.

Thu 25 Apr 2024 Opinion

30 years of exhibitionism #7: Central Police Station or Tai Kwun

I have been an Interpretive Planner for museums around the world for over 30 years. When I started in 1992, the term was rarely used. Family and friends still ask: “What is it exactly that you do?” So I thought I would look back over my 30 years in museums, zoos, aquaria and heritage sites to pick out some of the favourite exhibits that I have worked on as a way of explaining the process of interpretive planning and what it is. Here we look at the site research that went into the development of the Tai Kwun Centre for Heritage and Arts.

Mon 08 Apr 2024 Opinion

30 years of exhibitionism #6 – The QE2 Heritage Trail

I have been an Interpretive Planner for museums around the world for over 30 years. When I started in 1992, the term was rarely used. Family and friends still ask: “What is it exactly that you do?” So I thought I would look back over my 30 years in museums, zoos, aquaria and heritage sites to pick out some of the favourite exhibits that I have worked on as a way of explaining the process of interpretive planning and what it is. Here we look at the QE2 Heritage Trail.

Mon 01 Apr 2024 Opinion

30 years of exhibitionism #5 – The Deep Aquarium, Hull

I have been an Interpretive Planner for museums around the world for over 30 years. When I started in 1992, the term was rarely used. Family and friends still ask: “What is it exactly that you do?” So I thought I would look back over my 30 years in museums, zoos, aquaria and heritage sites to pick out some of the favourite exhibits that I have worked on as a way of explaining the process of interpretive planning and what it is. Here we look at The Deep Aquarium, Hull in the UK.