As we prepare to farewell our current exhibition, Objects of Fame: Nellie Melba and Percy Grainger, this month's e-News shares insights into our next exhibition, How it plays: Innovations in tuned percussion, from the perspectives of creation, content, and collaboration.
How it plays is a collaborative exhibition and performance project and includes the Grainger Museum, Federation Handbells (Museums Victoria/Creative Victoria), Speak Percussion, Faculty of Fine Arts and Music, & Melbourne School of Design.
We provide a look into the nature of the How it plays and Melbourne School of Design collaboration, in which Masters of Architecture students engage with exhibition design innovations and development.
We also share some insights into the practice of our current Composer in Residence, Kate Tempany, and how her practice relates to key themes at the core of How it plays.
Our Visitor Profile this month shines a light on some important work being done by our current intern, Regitze from Denmark. She shares with us some information about her own background, as well as the challenges and rewards of her project.