How big is an exhibition space?

How big is an exhibition space?

International Organization Exhibition Spaces will cover an area of approximately 2,700 square metres. Located on specially conceived platforms built on the Canal, the size of Exhibitions Spaces dedicated to the International Organizations will vary from a minimum of 225 square metres to a maximum of 400 square metres.

What is an exhibition area?

1. exhibition area – a large hall for holding exhibitions. exhibition hall. hall – a large room for gatherings or entertainment; “lecture hall”; “pool hall”

What makes a good exhibition space?

An exhibition is a creative act, and focus and constraints gives it strength. Memorable exhibitions are those where the list of what is not shown is as important as what is shown. A good creative brief should include what the project will not be.

How many exhibitions are held per year?

Globally, there are approximately 32,000 exhibitions each year, featuring 4.5 million exhibiting companies and attracting over 303 million visitors.

What should exhibitions include?

Follow these basics to put together your museum or gallery setting.

  • Layout and design.
  • Digital images in exhibitions.
  • Exhibition design tools.
  • Cases, plinths, pedestals and partitions.
  • Attaching items to the wall.
  • Object mounts.
  • Labels.
  • Label design and placement.

What are the critical factors that make an exhibition successful?

We’ve created seven key steps when it comes to how to make an exhibition successful.

  • Set Your Goals.
  • Pick a Desirable Venue or Space.
  • Research Your Competitors.
  • Get the Word Out.
  • Create Helpful Promotional Material.
  • Design a Great Display.
  • Utilise Innovative Technology.

How do I make an exhibition checklist?


  1. Basics. Select appropriate show.
  2. Setting objectives. Define your audience.
  3. Show offering. Decide which products and services to exhibit.
  4. Stand design and requirements. Write a good stand brief for your provider.
  5. Team. Decide on your exhibition team.
  6. Pre-event marketing.
  7. On-stand marketing.
  8. Paperwork and timelines.

What are the main elements of an exhibition?

5. Exhibition basics

  • Layout and design. A consistent overall look will tie the exhibition together, and help the visitors to focus on the content.
  • Digital images in exhibitions.
  • Exhibition design tools.
  • Cases, plinths, pedestals and partitions.
  • Attaching items to the wall.
  • Object mounts.
  • Labels.
  • Label design and placement.

What is an exhibition standard?

Exhibition Standards 1. INTRODUCTION Standard is a word with multiple meanings. Sometimes, a standard is a minimum requirement or minimum level acceptable; in this case, a standard is generally used for certification or approval purposes.

What is exhibit conservation and preservation?

Exhibition and preservation are central to museums. The very act of exhibition; however, can set in motion the rapid deterioration of museum objects. Exhibit conservation, the subject of these guidelines, focuses on practical techniques that protect museum collections while on display.

What are the guidelines for displaying large objects in an exhibition?

As a rough guide, allow a viewing distance of at least double the diagonal measurement where possible, and the same for large objects. Try to provide label information in an alternative format, such as large-print handouts or Braille. The availability of these formats should be clearly signed at the entrance to the exhibition.

What is the materials standards and specifications working group working on?

Members of AIC’s Materials Standards and Specifications Working Group are also working on developing portions of this content that relate to their broader mission of facilitating the choice of appropriate materials for exhibition, storage and transport For more information on how to get involved with either group please contact AIC’s e-Editor

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