Royal Engineers Museum Library and Archive: Development Bid
The Royal Engineers Corps has long been the source of technological innovation and problem-solving in military engineering. REMLA now aims to redevelop the museum so that it can incorporate the library and archive into one building that will present the cohesive story of the €˜Sappers€™.
sam-culture in association with the Audience Agency has undertaken extensive consultation to produce the Audience Development plan for the new site
Hinemihi, in the National Trust's Clandon Park, is one of only three Maori whare (meeting houses) in Europe, It is important culturally and ethnographically because the building embodies significant values, beliefs, customs, social structures and practices of Maori culture; this
sam-culture in association with Mel Larsen is exploring ideas and consulting on the future role of Hinemihi, for the National Trust
Connecting families with their heritage
Increasing audience engagement with heritage is a priority for many of the major heritage organisations that are partners in the Heritage Alliance. sam-culture is currently consulting with Heritage Alliance members to explore potential ideas for a new digital project to engage families with heritage.
Developing new audiences for the Royal Pavilion in Brighton
Turner retains a fascination and a focus for critical debate. His watercolour of The Chain Pier, Brighton, purchased by the Royal Pavilion from a private collection in America, is a significant addition to the city€™s public collections as well as the nation's heritage. It will be the focal point of a new exhibition this autumn. sam-culture is focusing on developing new audiences for this exhibition, including a familiarisation event for 60 group bookers.
In Regency times, visitors to Royal Pavilion were astonished at the flamboyant colours in its exotic interiors. New temporary displays in the Royal Pavilion explore the palace€™s innovative and radical use of colour during the Regency period.
sam-culture is focusing on developing new audiences for this exhibition.
Brighton Museum and the national centenary commemorations of World War One
Different aspects of WW1 and the individual's experience of war: civilian or active service, suffragettes, conscientious objectors, war artists, soldiers of different nationalities and ranks, military or political, social or cultural - will be explored in Brighton Museum€™s contribution to the 2014 national commemorations of WW1.
Such a spectrum of perspectives on war and WW1 opens many possibilities and opportunities for engaging with different audiences. sam-culture will work with RPM to bring new audiences to the Museum.