Fresh ideas from museums around the globe in your inbox each week
Beth Frazer is a museum practitioner in Northern Ireland. She has experience in National Museums, local government museums, visitor attractions and as a freelance museum practitioner.
Beth is Visitor Services Supervisor at National Museums Northern Ireland and previously designed and delivered ‘Playful Museums’ and ‘Ways of Seeing, A Sense of Place’ initiatives across the country.
This included being the first project to engage visitors in museums through Minecraft in the province. Winner of the MARSH Award for excellence in gallery education in 2015, Beth has been involved in community engagement and gallery education across her career.
Reaching A New 4 Legged Audience, Post Lockdown
Join in to hear about how a fun proposal reached a new audience by targeting a much-loved part of people’s lives…their dogs! Using the USP of the outdoor site, reacting to covid restrictions and guidelines, connecting to the people, places and stories in our collections – a new event was created. Hear about the event, creating SGI, the social media impact and of course, lots of cute photos of dogs! You may even meet our four legged unofficial face of the event.