The Temporary Exhibition Service (TES) is a national service which launched in 2018. Heritage and arts venues can borrow existing exhibitions and share their own. This is a cost effective way of producing a programme, reducing pressure on staff capacity whilst retaining the ability to share your collections with your audiences.TES will enable your organisation to make use of your collections to engage new and existing audiences. With a cost effective and easy process, we can help you maximise your location’s potential by enabling you to offer interesting, engaging temporary exhibitions.
Our exhibitions are low cost and family friendly. They are non-site specific, allowing them to be used in conjunction with your site’s collection. We send our panels digitally to keep costs low, allowing you to print the panels at a quality that suits your budget and space. We have multiple exhibitions available for hire which will allow you to make the most of the themes within your collection.
TES is the legacy of Resilience Syndicate, our £149,189 Arts Council England Resilience Fund internship scheme. Six interns were employed by Culture Syndicates in partnership with six East Midlands museums, over one year. Their work focused on creating solutions to problems shared by the partners, particularly in audience development and engagement.
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Our Food and Drink Exhibition is a fantastic way to showcase any collection that contains objects of food and drink history of the of the United Kingdom and beyond.
This exhibition allows the visitor to take a journey through the millennia and get to grips with the fascinating way humankind have decorated objects throughout time.
New Year’s Eve has a long and interesting history, which your visitors can explore with this temporary exhibition. See the different ways people in the UK and the rest of the world bring in the New Year.
We used the map mini exhibition panels as part of our Heritage Open Days display in 2018 at the Sir John Moore Foundation. We had been doing some research on local maps and we combined this with the exhibition panels from Culture Syndicates. This gave us a professional introduction and context for our own work. This hire cost was reasonable and the process straightforward. The panels were delivered in digital form. The advantage of this is that we did not have to arrange for collection and return of the panels (and indeed allowed us to use the panels for an extended period of time).
Corby Heritage Centre were able to use the temporary exhibition panels designed by Culture Syndicates in an exhibition about New Year and its customs, Culture syndicates sent the designs through and we printed them ready for the exhibition, the panels were easy to use and were versatile in that each panel could be used on its own. Corby Heritage Centre would use this eservice again.