Information and discussion on all aspects of British photographic history
The National Media Museum is looking to engage an architectural designer to work with it to create a new BFI Mediatheque in the museum building. It is looking for an experienced architectural designer to lead on the design, to appoint and manage a graphic designer and to coordinate the overall design scheme. This is an exciting opportunity to create a unique and innovative design which will refresh the museums’ visitor experience. The work is expected to last from October 2012-April 2013.
There are currently five BFI Mediatheque across the UK. The offer visitors the opportunity to access films and television programmes from the BFI National Archive, free of charge. The Mediatheque is a digital jukebox of film and television programmes from the BFI’s unique collections, augmented by content from regional archives. With 85% of its content unavailable to view anywhere else new content is added regularly building a unique collection of titles from the lesser known and newly rediscovered through to well-loved classics. Access to Mediatheque content is provided free to the general public.
Contact: Sharon Goldsbrough, Science Museum Group, Science Museum, Exhibition Road, Property and Project Management (North), London, GB, SW7 2DD . Tel: 0274 203428. e: MPG@sciencemuseum.org.uk
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