MAlPostgraduate Diploma in Exhibition Interpretation

This is the first postgraduate programme to specialise in the dynamic field of exhibition and event interpretation. It addresses the widest spectrum of work from trade fairs to museums. corporate promotion to the heritage industry, galleries to events, and includes topics such as:

~new directions in interpretation theory and practice °intepreting private and public institutions to their public 'cross-cultural communication for international exhibitions °design. briefing, specification and contracting for exhibitions applications of audio-visual and multimedia technology 'finance and law for professional exhibition management

Exhibitions Interpretation attracts analytical, creative graduates from disciplines such as architecture, arts, business, museums and environmental studies who are interested in developing and managing innovative exhibition and event strategies for diverse clients.

Contact Les Maden, Programme Leader. Napier University, IOColinton Road, Edinburgh EHIO SDT. tel: 0l3l 455 2678/9, fax: 0I3| 455 2292. Email: or



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The course is a unique introduction to the processes, principles and professional possibilities of designing for theatre and film. A 10 day practical workshop will be led by the Tron Theatre's Artistic Director. Irina Brown, and Sarah Paulley 'of Glasgow School of Art together with a number of other leading practitioners in the field of theatre and film.

The course Fee is £165 and 16 places are available. '

For more information and an application form send a large SAE to Sarah Paulley, Tron Theatre, 63 Trongate, Glasgow G1 5H8.

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