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9th March 2020 Jemma Green

Escape Rooms and Immersive Experiences on a Shoestring

What is it about?

Escape Rooms are ‘cool’ immersive experiences which draw a varied, young and galvanised audience. But what has that got to do with heritage, arts and museums?

In this session you will learn why escape rooms and arts organisations are made for each other and how you can use techniques from the Escape Room industry to engage audiences, on all manner of topics, without breaking the bank.

Be warned: This will not be a traditional session, expect the unexpected…

What will I gain?

— Tips for how you can create immersive experiences and escape rooms within your space on a small / no budget

— Techniques from the escape room industry to engage audiences

— Insights into being playful in your audience spaces

Who is it for?

This is a Practical/Strategic session, aimed at early-mid career level delegates.

View more information on AMA conference 2020 and book your place.

Speaker

Sacha Coward | Freelancer

Sacha Coward is a museum freelancer specialising in designing and building escape rooms and immersive experiences. He is also an outspoken LGBTQ+ activist and queer historian working on a number of projects exploring and interpreting LGBTQ+ history. On top of this he has a passion for mermaid folklore!

 

 

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