Provide 3D design expertise to create the physical elements that will be fabricated and included as part of the NZMM Tuia 250 exhibition. The spatial design elements will have to work in harmony with the graphic design, to showcase the exhibition objects, taonga, contemporary art works and installations.
Previous experience with exhibition design required.
- Work with the exhibition project team to design a physical look, feel and layout that aligns with the curatorial narrative.
- Provide exhibition designs and layout options for feedback, in a timely manner as required by the project manager.
- Develop agreed designs through to build ready plans including but not limited to entrance/exits, plinths, cases, media housings and decorative treatments.
- Recommend fabrication providers and provide support to map out the build and installation schedule, ensuring timely and cost-effective delivery of the spatial components for the exhibition.
- Recommend materials and finishes that are at an appropriate level and are sustainable for the life of the installation.
- Document the spatial design components for sign-off and recoding including: layout, dimensions, colour palette, materials, and any build specifications.
Note: During this project you will be required to work closely with:
- Project manager
- Curatorial team
- Graphic (2D) designer
- Lighting designer
- Object support provider
Please see our other job listed here for Exhibition Graphic Designer >>
How to apply
Proposals and quotes are due: 9am Thursday 28 February 2019
For full application details contact:
Kit O’Connor - Project Manager
Subject: Spatial Design Tuia 250
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All questions need to be submitted for reply by Friday 22 February.
More about New Zealand Maritime Museum
The New Zealand Maritime Museum Hui Te Ananui a Tangaroa celebrates Aotearoa New Zealand’s bond with the sea and tells stories of discovery, exploration, immigration and sailing. We are a place of dreams, daring feats, amazing journeys, burning ambition, human endeavour, imagination and courage.
In recognition of the Tuia – Encounters 250 event, the New Zealand Maritime Museum (NZMM) is developing an exhibition that aims to manifest a ‘conversation’ by combining artefacts and taonga from (or referencing) life in Aotearoa New Zealand 250 years ago and beyond, with creative responses (artworks) from the present.
More about Tuia – Encounters 250
Later this year, New Zealand will mark 250 years since the first meetings between Māori and Europeans during James Cook, Tupaia and the Endeavour's 1769 voyage to Aotearoa New Zealand.
A national commemoration, Tuia – Encounters 250, will acknowledge this pivotal moment in our nation’s history as well as the exceptional feats of Pacific voyagers who reached and settled in Aotearoa many years earlier.