Sneak Peek


Light is an invisible medium, yet it informs all that we see. Join Mark Sutton Vane, founder of Sutton Vane Associates, as he discusses how light can enhance the experience of museum visitors and help tell the stories being presented.

Top international lighting designer Mark Sutton Vane has designed lighting for many high profile projects including the Crown Jewels, the Olympic Park, the Magna Carta and the V&A European Galleries. Takes place in the Hochhauser Auditorium.

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Victoria and Albert Museum, Cromwell Road, London, UK

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The Art of Museum Lighting

The museum is well laid out, with distinct areas for different themes/periods/countries etc. so you can easily find things that will interest you. They have a good number of visiting exhibitions too, so even if youve been five times youll find something new to see.

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The Art of Museum Lighting

This museum should be on the top of your list if you are coming to visit London.

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The Host

The V&A is the worlds leading museum of art and design, housing a permanent collection of over 2.3 million objects that span over 5,000 years of human creativity. The Museum holds many of the UK's national collections and houses some of the greatest resources for the study of architecture, furniture, fashion, textiles, photography, sculpture, painting, jewellery, glass, ceramics and book arts.

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