We do collections advice. Whether it’s public, private, independent or technical advice, we can help.
Curate images, sound, and 3D assets. We can help you get it online or on to devices, and help study it too.
Engaging content from our unique perspective, wherever you need it. From museums to hotels to airports to offices.
We help organisations and networks to develop and change. Diversity, inclusion, leadership work? That too.
Research is our passion. Historical, museological, scientific, technological; it’s in our bones.
We excel in creating, developing, and delivering place-based and online training and courses.
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A disused Argos shop, one plug socket, gaffer tape, cable ties, string, bamboo, a lot of imagination and cooperation, led to over 1800 visitors enjoying the show over a fortnight in June. This interview with exhibition curator Tom Goskar explains how it happened. How did the idea for an exhibition on the history of Golowan…
Accessibility, diversity, inclusivity, decolonisation, anti-racism, climate action, well-being, museums are not neutral, social justice, equity, are foundation themes in the huge shift underpinning the rethinking of museums and their purpose in society. But where do ethics fit in? These are all complex ideas, each interpreted differently depending on who you talk with or listen to.…
In this interview we speak with Daryl Stenvoll-Wells, BioMedia Project Manager at the Linnean Society of London about rethinking the idea of perpetuity in art and museums. Tell us about yourself and how to came to work on researching the environmental impact of museums and related organisations? I have a background in art and art education. I was…
Each undocumented, or poorly documented, object is a missed opportunity for the museum to do all of the things they are celebrated for: engaging people, connecting people, sharing stories. Kathleen Lawther, Curator, April 2021. Continuing our interviews with curator, in our latest we speak with Kathleen Lawther. Kathleen is a freelance curator who is obsessed with what…
Curating narrows the gap between creating knowledge and communication. Our philosophy is inspired by the concept of creating collections of things. The act of collecting is about constructing knowledge (information and emotional) through explanation and stories.
Possessing that knowledge bestows a person power. It is the curator’s purpose to share that knowledge (and its power) as widely and equitably as possible through brilliant communication and interpretation.
Read more about our philosophy on curating.
What we provide
Digital and place-based course development for colleges, adult education, universities, individual organisations and groups. We have developed and are delivering a major work-based curatorial training and museum awareness course for Cornish museums called Citizen Curators on behalf of Cornwall Museums Partnership, supported by the Museums Association Esmée Fairbairn Collections Fund.
We help organisations analyse information and explore new subjects. Recently we have helped Historic England to update a guide to good practice and communicate shipwrecks to non-divers through 3D imaging on Sketchfab. Our research into medieval inscriptions has helped archaeologists at Tintagel to read words hidden for a thousand years.
Support for undertaking organisational change, leadership development and diversity and inclusion work. Our Director is an Accredited member of the Association of Facilitators and we have led facilitation events for the National Trust, Arts Council England and contributed insights to the Cultural Governance Alliance led by the Clore Leadership Programme.
Curate it all…
…food, clothes, garden, music, colours, lights, writing, your room.
Good curating gives meaning to the choices you make when you choose, select and arrange.
It determines the ideas, people and stories you really care about.