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Traveling Exhibition Proposal Guidelines - SITES

For individuals and organizations new to world of architecture exhibition making, the Smithsonian
Institution Traveling Exhibition Service (SITES) is one of the foremost services for routing cultural programs around the United States, sponsoring more than 1,500 exhibitions and related programs. This sample document outlines the level of details SITES uses when evaluating proposed
traveling exhibitions.

Organization: 
Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service
Category: 
Exhibitions
Posted by aao on March 13, 2014 - 12:02am

Architecture Exhibition Proposal Guidelines

For individuals and organizations new to world of architecture exhibition making, the following sample document from the National Building Museum provides a straight forward template for considering the feasibility and fit of various proposed projects to your organization’s overarching goals.

Organization: 
National Building Museum
Category: 
Exhibitions
Posted by Martin.Moeller on March 12, 2014 - 11:58pm

Architecture Exhibitions: New Models for Collaboration - Overdrive/Pacific Standard Time Presents

Senior Curator with the Getty Research Institute Christopher Alexander participated as a panelist in the 2013 AAO Conference session entitled "Architecture Exhibitions: New Models for Collaboration." The core of Alexander's remarks revolved around the Getty's recent exhibition, "Overdrive: LA Constructs the Future, 1940-1990" and its extensive programming partnership with LA arts and culture outlets through the Pacific Standard Time Presents initiative. Rights issues preclude the sharing of his slides, but here is a good online resource to get you started.

Organization: 
Getty Research Institute
Category: 
Exhibitions
Posted by Christopher.Ale... on October 17, 2013 - 9:15pm

Let's Talk About Bikes Exhibition Case Study

Part of the closing session at the 2013 AAO Conference, Boston-based art gallery Pinkcomma and architecture firm Over, Under presented a brief overview of its strategies to help the newly created BSA Space engage a broad audience through the interdisciplinary design exhibit, Let's Talk About Bikes. Interesting tips on reaching and engaging multiple audiences through accessible exhibition content.

Organization: 
Pinkcomma and Over, Under
Category: 
Exhibitions
Posted by aao on October 17, 2013 - 8:48pm

Connecting Exhibition Content to Everyday Life

Introductory slides to a featured workshop at the 2013 AAO Conference. Guest curator at BSA Space, Scott Burnham, emphasizes the use of common features in the built environment as a starting place for jumpstarting dialogue with public audiences. Useful information for leadership and volunteers at emerging architecture centers or staff new to architecture exhibitions.

Category: 
Exhibitions
Posted by Polly.Carpenter on October 17, 2013 - 1:35pm

Architecture Exhibitions: New Models for Collaboration - FitNation/AIANY

Slides from a featured panel on architecture exhibitions held during the 2013 AAO Conference. This presentation comes courtesy of AIANY/Center for Architecture and documents some of the content from its 2013 exhibition, FitNation, part of a much lengthier and still ongoing commitment to energizing public understanding about how active design enriches public health. FitNation is available for travel.

Organization: 
AIA New York
Category: 
Exhibitions
Posted by Rick.Bell on October 17, 2013 - 1:11pm

Architecture Exhibitions: New Models for Collaboration - Guggenheim/David van der Leer

Slides from a featured panel on architecture exhibitions held during the 2013 AAO Conference. This presentation comes courtesy of Van Alen Institute Executive Director David van der Leer and documents his work while a curator at the Guggenheim Museum in New York. The panel focused on new models for collaboration using architectural exhibitions as a common entrance point or background for engaging multiple audiences.

Category: 
Exhibitions
Posted by David.vanderLeer on October 17, 2013 - 1:06pm

Agreement for Independent Contractor (Exhibitions)

Sample agreement between an architectural organization and an independent contractor for the development of an exhibition.

Organization: 
Chicago Architecture Foundation
Category: 
Exhibitions
Posted by aao on October 15, 2012 - 11:27am

Institutional Cooperative Agreement (Program Partnership)

Sample document of a non-binding institutional cooperative agreement between an architectural practice (Lima Regional CAP-RL) and AIANY for an exchange of ideas on architecture, urbanism and culture.

Organization: 
AIA New York
Category: 
Exhibitions
Posted by aao on May 28, 2011 - 11:59am

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