Take a look at the creative and media opportunities behind the scenes of an exhibition.
Sarah Tinsley talks about the evaluation process at the National Portrait Gallery.
Students from Southampton take part in a workshop, creating scale models of an exhibition space as part of the planning process.
Watch students begin to arrange their own displays using three dimensional models.
Comedian Paul Merton introduces the comedians exhibition and gives a brief history of British comedy.
Ian Gardner from a gallery's design team, talks about implementing designs for galleries and museums, from captions and sets for the gallery itself, to designs for websites.
Jude Simmons, Head of Design at the National Portrait Gallery, and designer Ian Gardner talk about design planning for exhibitions.
A design team talk about the process of researching an exhibition before beginning the design.
Students talk about designing marketing campaigns.
Sarah Tinsley, head of exhibitions and collections at the National Portrait Gallery, talks about measuring the success of an exhibition.
Some of the curators and staff at the National Portrait Gallery explain what it takes to fully mount an exhibition.
Students and staff from galleries and museums talk about how and why pictures for exhibition are chosen and arranged in the gallery.
Exhibitions start with an idea and date, and everything follows from that. Staff talk about planning an exhibition around deadlines and the attention to detail this requires.
Staff explain that a curator's job begins with an idea and research, and ends with an exhibition.
Students take part in a workshop to help them arrange their own display.
Students imagine how the audience will experience the exhibition.
Students take part in a workshop about arranging groups of portraits for their exhibition.
Students build three dimensional models of the exhibition space.
Staff talk about how to evaluate the success of public events and why it's important to do so.
Find out how important teamwork is in bringing an event to life and making it successful.
Learn how gallery staff use different techniques and ways of planning events to make them interesting.
Staff explain the process of planning an event.
Find out more about the planning and creativity that goes into researching an event and making it happen.
Watch how an installation is actually done.
An explanation of how the success of a museum or gallery is gauged, from footfall and income to visitor satisfaction.
How marketing and press campaigns inform the public about an exhibition and draw visitors.
Staff describe what goes into a marketing campaign.
How marketing material is assembled and used to draw audiences into the gallery.
Find out how planning a good marketing campaign is essential to the success of an exhibition.
Students participate in a workshop on marketing their exhibition and start to assemble portraits for their campaign.
A student interviews a gallery staff member about her career and working life.
See Writers of Influence being installed in Sheffield.
The Young Curators from Sheffield discuss their ideas about the writers they've selected for the exhibition.
The Young Curators from Sheffield evaluate their exhibition in the exhibition space.
The Young Curators discuss the importance of Shakespeare in the exhibition.
The Young Curators talk about the painting of Virginia Woolf.
The Young Curators talk about the photograph of Roald Dahl.