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Richard Greenhalgh

Richard Greenhalgh

Manager, Digital Content Studio
Museums Victoria

Richard is the Manager of the Digital Content Studio where he manages a team who specialise in the creation of digital stories in their many and varied iterations, using emerging digital technologies to broaden the scope of how those stories are told and published.

A self-proclaimed tech geek he is always looking to new technologies to see how they can be used to tell stories in new and thought-provoking ways. He is also an advocate of technology as a means of democratising production and distribution and allowing a greater breadth of narrative voices to be heard.

Richard’s professional background is in film and television production as an award-winning editor and producer.

Recently he has principally worked in the museum sector which has allowed him to engage with a broader network of artists and creators on a variety of unique and immersive experiences.

In the past he has worked at ACMI, The University of Melbourne and across the broader Victorian cultural sector, his media production credits include Threads, Air Playground and the Science is a Superpower video series for Museums Victoria. ACMI’s Dreamworks, Wonderland and Game Masters exhibitions as well as many broadcast and feature credits.


Gurmeet Kaur will be speaking at the Creative Museums Summit 2024 :

Immersive Creative Education

Storytelling in the 21st century takes many forms and the stories in the exhibitions are told in many ways. In Culture Makers Lab, students work creatively with artists combining hand crafts and digital immersive technology to explore their personal stories.

Richard Greenhalgh