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Young People Meet-Up:
Mapping Out a Museum Career (Collection & Exhibition)

Type: Workshop
Language: Cantonese
Audience: Young People
Location: The Forum

Young People Meet-Up:
Mapping Out a Museum Career (Collection & Exhibition)

This workshop is for participants ages 16 to 24. Please bring valid ID.

The workshop ticket will include same-day access to General Admission exhibitions (excluding Special Exhibition). Please retain a copy of your ticket to facilitate your entry to the galleries.

‘Mapping Out a Museum Career’ invites those who are currently studying or about to enter the workforce to join us and learn about different career paths at M+ through regular discussions.

While input from the curatorial team is crucial to bringing an exhibition to life, it is equally essential to have strong support from various departments. In this session, you will be paired with experienced museum staff from the M+ Collection and Exhibition Department. Their roles encompass conservation, registration, and archives management, as well as exhibition management, design, and installation. They will share their professional experiences and personal reflections, providing inspiration and insight into potential career paths in the museum industry. Before the end of the workshop, they will guide you through the galleries and share their behind-the-scenes stories from different exhibitions.

About Young People Meet-Up

The Young People Meet-Up series, designed and led by M+ Young Collective, encourages young people to explore and exchange their perspectives of the everyday through regular workshops, conversations, and talks.

The M+ Young Collective volunteer programme is supported by The Robert H. N. Ho Family Foundation Hong Kong, which engages fifteen local tertiary students and recent graduates. They work closely with the M+ team and creative practitioners from various disciplines to develop, plan, and deliver public programmes.

Image at top: Staff from the M+ Collection and Exhibition Department. Photo: M+, Hong Kong