A display in the Powerhouse Museum’s 2018-19 Akira Isogawa exhibition, photo by Marinco Kojdanovski.

Designing and Installing Displays

Duration: 45 minutes
19 May 2021, 11 – 11.45 Webinar

Senior exhibition designer Jemima Woo and workshop construction coordinator Penny Angrick have collaborated on many exhibitions at the Powerhouse Museum, including the 2018-19 Akira Isogawa and 2019 – 20 Jenny Kee and Linda Jackson: Step Into Paradise.

The colleagues will co-present this webinar, drawing on their experience to share examples of the Powerhouse production team’s creative design and production process.

Jemima has more than 12 years of experience designing exhibitions for museums and galleries, from the concept and design development phase through to the build and installation. Before joining the Powerhouse she designed exhibits for the Australian Museum and State Library of New South Wales.

Penny trained as a cabinetmaker, set builder and mountmaker and has over 20 years of construction experience. Before joining the Powerhouse she created and oversaw the building of stage sets for theatres and museums around the world, including preparing object supports for the Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa.

This webinar is part of the Powerhouse Museum’s 2021 Regional Public Program, a series of in-person and online events designed to support museums, galleries and tertiary institutions in regional New South Wales. Interested members of the public are welcome to register, however please note that the content will be targeted at people already working or studying in the museums field.

The 30-minute online talk will be followed by a Q & A session. This webinar will be live captioned. A link will be sent to you once you register.

Free, bookings essential