An exciting opportunity has arisen to develop a new suite of self-guided family learning resources for the Brunel Museum. These engaging and innovative resources will represent a step-change in how the Museum engages with their family visitors and drives visits to the Museum.
We are looking for a creative practitioner to create a self-guided experience for family visitors to the Brunel Museum on site at the Museum during school holidays. This could be in the form of a paper-based or other material trail, a series of interventions that can be introduced and removed from the Museum site when required or a digital resource.
We are looking for an experience which will drive family visits to the Brunel Museum. We are looking for a sustainable activity that can be run again and again without significant additional input from the Museum (please see considerations below). We would be looking to launch the activity during the Easter holidays (see timeline below).
Please see the full brief pack for more details. To apply, please provide:
-An overview of your innovative approach
-An outline of the activity itself, showing how you have considered the needs of the audiences and the history of the site
-Samples of similar work (including images, testimonials)
-An outline budget
-A proposal for testing content with audiences during February half-term
We would recommend anyone wishing to submit a proposal book in a site visit. The Museum is open to the public Saturday and Sunday, 11am to 3.30pm. If you’d like to visit outside of these times, please email hello@thebrunelmuseum with the subject line ‘Family Learning Site Visit’. We will pay travel expenses up to £25 for site visits ahead of submitting a proposal.
Deadline: 9am, Tuesday 25 January