2018 Client Projects

Australian National Maritime Museum (ANMM):

  • Audience Research Training – undertake staff training in how to best conduct surveys and tracking / observation studies on a tight budget, including using Survey Monkey
  • Front-end evaluation , Bligh exhibition – focus groups and workshops

Art Gallery of NSW:

  • Art Pathways Plus Program Evaluation – Research with teacher,  students and artist participants about Art Pathways Plus 2018 program

Association of Australian Convention Bureaux:

  • Working under the direction of MayvinGlobal, develop and analyse industry survey to inform future planning

Barangaroo Development Corporation:

  • Developing the Indigenous Education Program – research with teachers, market scan / competitor analysis, curriculum review / program updates, tourism analysis, training and development work with visitor guides
  • Working with Mayvin Global and Helen Wheeler Consulting

Bible Society of Australia:

  • Working with Environmetrics undertake research into exhibition venues across the GLAM industry, and compile a set of different programming ideas (beyond an exhibition) for a concept around the bible

Exploratorium (San Francisco):

Lake Macquarie City Council:

  • Heritage Collection Audit and Strengths
  • Key Heritage Engagement and Interpretation Recommendations

Museums and Galleries of the Northern Territory (MAGNT):

  • Review current audience research reports and prepare summary report addressing exhibition visitors and general audiences
  • Produce Excel template to produce future data summaries to enable comparisons across data sets more easily
  • Research different types of audience segmentation and recommend a way forward for MAGNT

Mississippi Museum of Art:

  • Assist with Strategic Planning and Audience Research implementation working with Brocade Studio

National Archives Australia

  • Facilitate staff workshop around developing focus exhibitions, write report and recommendations

Northern Territory Major Events Corporation (NTMEC):

  • Working in partnership with IER Customer Research, evaluating four major NT Festivals focussing on social and cultural impacts on both Territorians and non-Territorians using combination of surveys, telephone interviews and online focus groups

Public Works Advisory Department, Hunter Region:

  • Desk research / prepare professional reports around audiences and collections for a number of Aboriginal / Indigenous organisations

Questacon – the National Science and Technology Centre:

  • Transformative Learning (TL) in STEM – desk research; workshops with staff to identify TL indicators for visitors
  • Co-creation – desk research; workshop with staff in how to co-design with audiences; identify suitable projects for testing process

Transport Heritage NSW:

  • Feasibility Study, Visitor Snapshot and Sector Census for NSW heritage rail operators and rail / bus / tram museums, working with Environmetrics