Interpretive & Strategic PlanningBack to All Projects
The foundation of any successful museum project most often begins with an interpretive planning document that outlines the primary visitor experience to the overall parameters for the exhibition. The primary documentation is then supported by a strategic planning process that outlines the project pro forma of capacity, size, circulation, budgets and schedules. This critical process document is often supported by audience research and market evaluations. Quite often these packages are used as the basis to create fundraising and development support tools.