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Inside/Out: Katherine Skellon – If Experience can be Designed, What are the Tools to do It?

12 February 2019 | 6.30pm

Kensington, Lecture Theatre 1


Katherine Skellon is an interpretative 3D designer creating museums, exhibitions and visitor centers. Working with co-Creative Director Ben Tunstall, Katherine explores new ways of using space to create meaning for visitors within their projects. 

As exhibition designers, the focus is on how to get people into a museum's subject and engage with the source matter so it unfolds and draws them in, breaking through any lack of interest.

This event has been organised by the School of Architecture, as part of the Interior Design Programme's Inside/Out lecture series. For more information please contact Yara Boulos.