Tweed Regional Museum 

Public Programs and Audience Development

I develop and deliver a range of public programs and events that enhance exhibitions and engage a broad range of audiences. I create and produce a range of events and programs that delve into the exhibition and the collection, exploring important and sometimes challenging themes with audiences and also raise supporters through fundraising. 

A few highlights is producing and delivering the Museum's inaugural Street Party, engaging over 3,000 attendees in an afternoon of exhibitions, live music, adventure games, performances, public art, public programs and food and drinks. 

Programming and delivering six unique Museum Up Late (MUL) events that grew from 70 attendees to over 430, activating the Museum and engaging diverse audiences. 

Curating the Museum on Wheels summer program enhancing and promoting our GAME ON exhibition of vintage toys, utilising augemented reality, illustrations, game design and play. I engaged over 1,400 people across ten location in the Tweed from Holiday Parks and mini-festivals, to markets at Tropical Fruit World and visitors to Cudgen Creek in Kingscliff.  

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