Recently Completed Projects

Northern Ireland Space Office (2022)

Working in conjunction with the Digital Catapult, this project involved facilitating a series of multistakeholder events to scope potential users and use cases within the NI Public Sector for the application of downstream satellite data to address current local government challenges. The results of this project were included in the NI Space Cluster report produced by NI Space Office for the UK Space Agency.

Fort Dunree Military Museum 2021 (Donegal)

This project entailed a total revamp of the exhibition outlining the history of Fort Dunree – the last Treaty Port returned to Ireland by the British in 1938. The areas requiring modernisation included the in-house cinema, shop, reception, museum, bunkers and searchlight enclosure in addition to an electrical upgrade and external access works. The new exhibition contained several bespoke digital compositions which narrated the sensitive history of this fascinating site’s heritage.

Northern Ireland Science Festival

For this project, the client requested the curation and delivery of a “mini festival” roadshow to engage directly with audiences in underserved areas across Northern Ireland (2017). We brought together a range of shows and exhibitors in a travelling roadshow which covered all of the themes of the core festival and was suitable for families of all ages. The roadshow pilot was highly successful and, when continued for an additional two years, was consistently sold out. We also developed the inaugural Sustainability Fair for NISF (2020) and have delivered many other events on their behalf.

Marine Institute - SeaFest 2019 (Cork)

For SeaFest in Cork we were tasked with combining elements from the 2016 exhibition with new content on the work at the Marine Institute. The exhibition contained digital, interactive and static exhibition content to engage the public visitors, relaying the importance of Ireland’s marine environment and the work of the Marine Institute. This exhibition was hosted in a marquee on the quay – right in the middle of the festival activities!

Marine Institute – Sea Science at the Galway City Museum 2018

Following the initial success of the Wild Atlantic exhibition at SeaFest, the decision was made to reconfigure it as a 5-year temporary exhibition within Galway City Museum. This project required the exhibition to be integrated alongside other existing Sea Science exhibits. The Wild Atlantic Sea Science exhibition at Galway City Museum was awarded the 2020 Traveller’s Choice by Trip Advisor.

SeaFest 2016 (Galway)

For the inaugural SeaFest in 2016, we were tasked by the Marine Institute (Ireland) to scope, develop and deliver a temporary exhibition as part of Ireland’s new maritime festival. Over 16 weeks, we engaged with stakeholders, identifying and refining the scientific concepts and content to be interpreted as an engaging and interactive exhibition, accessible for all ages, promoting marine stewardship. This exhibition welcomed over 17,000 visitors over 3 days.

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