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Seats available in Exhibition Design Course, Mar 7-12


There are still some seats available in our 6-day on campus offering: Exhibition Design and Installation (HA488K)

March 7-12; UVic campus

non-program students welcome – both credit and non-credit options available


Join instructor Tim Willis for this intensive course that examines the entire exhibition planning sequence.

This course will give you skills and knowledge in:

  • The evolution and roles of exhibitions
  • Visitor needs and characteristics
  • Managing the exhibition process: the creative brief, the critical path of the project, team roles and responsibilities
  • Critiquing exhibitions and determining success
  • Interpretive planning: writing for exhibitions, storytelling, effective communication
  • Evaluation – before, during and after the completion of the exhibition
  • Design tools: communicating the concept, controlling traffic flow, the importance of sightlines, rhythm, color, texture, and lighting
  • The power of graphics: interpretive text, illustrations and images
  • Effective interactive presentation
  • Choosing media: current trends vs. traditional values


For information and registration:


What participants are saying:

“Tim was a fantastic and engaging instructor. He has a wealth of personal experience and knowledge, and it was an amazing asset to share in that.”

“I feel I have a clearer idea of my career path, where I want to go and the skills I will need.”

“Tim Willis has been one of the finest instructors I have had in the past 25 years. His experiences and insight has taken a course of important content and made it accessible and very enjoyable.”