Exhibition Management in the Time of COVID-19

Exhibition Management in the Time of COVID-19

 
 
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The work of a museum registrar can be quite complicated, but what happens to exhibition logistics when a global pandemic turns the world on its side? Portland Art Museum’s Exhibitions Registrar Julia Guariglia chats with Agnès Faure, her counterpart at the Petit Palais in Paris, France, about how exhibition management is changing given new guidelines for social distancing. Julia and Agnès also discuss broader museum changes brought on by the current global situation. 

This episode of Art Unbound is the first in a series produced with funds provided by FRAME, the French American Museum Exchange, of which both the Portland Art Museum and Petit Palais are members. FRAME is a consortium of 32 major museums in France and North America that promotes cultural exchange in the context of museum collaborations. FRAME fosters partnerships among its member museums to develop innovative exhibitions, educational and public programs, and professional exchanges among museum staff, and maintains a website to reach global audiences. For more information, visit framemuseums.org

Featured in this episode:

Julia Guariglia – Exhibitions Registrar, Portland Art Museum
Agnès Faure – Exhibitions Registrar / assistante d’exposition, Petit Palais

Mentioned in this Episode:

Petit Palais
Paris 1900 at Portland Art Museum
Paris 1900 at Cincinnati Art Museum
Musée Carnavalet
Palais Galliera
Paris 1900 at the Frist Art Museum
Les Nabis
In the Drawing Room. Masterpieces from the Prat Collection at Petit Palais
CITES
IMAGE: Large vase from Paris 1900 – Pierre-Adrien Dalpayrat, Vase, 1900, Flambé-glazed stoneware, (Musée Du Petit Palais)
IMAGE: Stained glass from Paris 1900 Adolphe Willette, The Golden Calf or Te Deum Laudamus, c. 1885, Stained Glass from Le Chat Noir 145.5 x 297 (3 panels each: 145.5 x 99 x 3)
The Louvre
Musée d’Orsay
Petit Palais on Instagram

Produced by Jon Richardson
Music by Mark Orton

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