Last chance to contribute to Economics of Touring Exhibitions Survey 2015

The Touring Exhibitions Group (TEG)  is the national network for touring exhibitions. It is an independent membership organisation concerned with promoting and supporting touring exhibitions, on behalf of exhibition hirers and originators, as well as delivering research and training. Members include professionals from galleries, museums, libraries, art and science centres, as well as sector service providers.

TEG is inviting Museums, galleries, heritage sites and arts venues of all types to participate in their latest survey. Whether you originate or hire touring exhibitions, or are interested to engage in touring in the future, TEG is keen to receive your feedback.

The Economics of Touring Exhibitions survey will take approximately 10 minutes or less to complete and will help TEG gain a snapshot of touring exhibitions practice in the UK today; the economic and partnership models being used, motivations for touring, and the barriers and challenges that prevent some venues engaging in touring activity.

The survey closes on the 28th August 2015.

The information provided will help TEG develop the Economics of Touring Exhibitions: Models for Practice professional development training and toolkit. The training will be piloted at Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery on 4 November 2015, 10.30-16.00. The cost of this pilot seminar will be £15 for TEG members and £25 for non-members. To reserve your place, please complete the online booking form.

The survey and training have been developed as part of TEG’s ACE funded resilience programme Economics of Touring Exhibitions: Models for Practice, which is also supported by TESS demountable.

If you have any questions about the Economics of Touring Exhibitions programme or this survey, please email Charlotte Dew, TEG Researcher:


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